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ANNUAL 

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REPORTS 



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OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJE8TT 

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ANNUAL DEPARTMENTAL 
REPORTS 



VOLUME I 

Auditor General, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

VOLUME II 

Public Accounts, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

National Revenue, Department ot, (Customs and Excise), containing accounts of Revenue 
with statements relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of Canada, 
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

National Revenue, Department of, (Shipping Report, Customs), containing the Statements 
of Navigation and Shipping for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Trade and Commerce, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Weights and Measures Inspection Service (Trade and Commerce), for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929. » 

Electricity and Gas Inspection Services (Trade and Commerce), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1929. 

Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada (Trade and Commerce), for the crop year 
ended August 31, 1929. 

Interior, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Immigration and Colonization, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Indian Affairs, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Mines, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Apiculture, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

National Defence, Department of, (Militia and Air Service), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1929. 

National Defence, Department of, (Naval Service), for the fiscal year ended M»r«h 31. 1929. 



Pensions and National Health, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929 

VOLUME III 

Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, for the year ended September 30, 1929. 

Secretary of State, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

Commissioner of Patents, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

ArchlTes, for the year 1929. 

ClTil Service Commission, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1929. 

External Affairs, Department of the Secretary of State for, for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1929. 

Labour, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

VOLUME IV 

Public Printing and Stationery, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 
Marine and Fisheries (Marine), Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929; 
Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries), Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 
Poet Office, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 
Public Works, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 
Railways and Canals, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 
Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1929. 
Chief Electoral Officer (By-elections for the year 1929). 

VOLUME V 



Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for the fiscal year endad 
Msjch 31, 1929. 



CANADA 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 



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To His Excellency the Right Honourable Freeman Viscount WiUingdon, G.CJSJ., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander in Chief of 
the Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please Youb Excellency, — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Public 
Accounts of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1929. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



C. A. DUNNING, 

Minister of Finance. 



Ottawa, January 10, 1930. 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Report or the Deputy Minister of Financb 

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Ordinary Receipts and Payments iz 

Special Receipts and Expenditures iz 

Capital expenditures x 

Debt ." xi 

Funded Debt zii 

Savings Bank Post OflSce xii 

Investments xii 

Dominion Notes xiii 

Guaranteed Securities liv 

Balan'ce Sheet 2 

ExPENDrrtTBE AND REVENUE 4 

Condensed Cash Statement 6 



Schedules to Bal.knck Sheet 

Scifaedule A — Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc 8 

B — Advances to Foreign Governments 8 

" C — Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans 8 

D — Miscellaneous Current Accounts (receivable) 8 

I-^ — Public Works — Canals , 9 

F — " Railways 9 

G — " M isceUaneous 9 

H — Military Property and Stores 10 

I — Territorial Accounts 10 

J — Railway Accounts (old) 10 

K — " (Loans Non-active) 10 

L — Miscellaneous Investment* and other Accounts (N<Mi-active) 11 

M — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 12 

N — Trust Funds 12 

O — Contingent Funds 13 

P— Province Accounts 13 

Q — M isceUaneous Current Accounts (payable) 13 

R— Funded Debt 13 

S — Interest Due and Unpaid 15 

y — Guaranteed Securities 16 



SCHEDin.E8 OF EXPENDITURE 



Schedule 1 — Agriculture 

" 2 — Finance 

" 3 — Immigration and Colonization 

" 4 — Indian Affairs 

" .5 — Interior 

" 6 — Justice 

7 — Labour 

S — I^egislation 

9 — M arine and Fisherie.-: 

10— Mines 

" 11 — National Defence. 

" 12 — National Revenue 

" 13 — Pensions 

" 14— Post Office 

15— Public Works .' 

" 16 — Railways and Canals 

" 17 — Royal Canadian Mounted Police , 

" IS — Pensions and National Health 

" 19 — Soldier and General Land Settlement. 

" 20 — Trade and Commerce 

" 21 — Other Departments — 

■ Archives 

Auditor General's Office 

Civil Service Commission 

Fxtemal Affairs 

H igh Com m tssioner's Offie* . 
Insurance... 
Office of the ~ 
Printing and .^ 

Privy Council 

Secretary of State . 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS—Con/mued 

ScHBouuM or EzPSHDiTuiiB — Condndtd 

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Sohednle SS-MiMdluMOos SS 

33— AdjastmwtofWwCkiiBU 33 

" a4-C(wt of LoM FiouekMM ..; ss 

" 25— MkoelkiMOiu Cbanes 33 

" 29— NoB-«etiT» aooouDts written ofT iukI cbarced to Consolidatod Fund 33 

ScHSDUum or Rstknuv 

(Compuatiye with 1927-28) 

Schedule 27 — National Revenue 84 

" 28 — Finance 84 

2»— In terior 35 

" 30— Marine and Fiaheries 35 

31— Patent and Copyright Office 36 

32— Post Office 36 

33— Public Worka 36 

" 84 — Railways and Canals 37 

" 35 — Trade and Comment .37 

" 36 — Other Departments — 

Agriculture •'W 

Archives 'S 

Civil Service CommiBBion ;s 

EzternaJ AiTaira 38 

Penaooa and National Health 38 

Immigration and Colonization 38 

Indian Affairs 38 

Insurance 38 

Justice 39 

Labour » 

L^cislation 8* 

Mines 89 

National Defence 89 

I'ublic Printing and Stationery 39 

Royal Canadian Mounted PoUoe 39 

Secretary of Stete 39 

Soldier Settlement Board 89 

Superannuation Revenue 39 

Schedule 37 — ^War and Demobilisation Receipts 40 

" 88— Special Receipts 40 

SCBEDCLBS TO CaSB StATIMBNT 

Schedule AA — Advances to Foreign Governments 41 

" BB — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 41 

CC— Trust Funds 41 

" DD — Miscellaneous Current Accounts 41 

EE— Soldier and General Land Settlement 42 

" FF — Interest due and unpaid 42 

" GG— Public Works Capital— Canals 42 

II— " Railways 48 

HH— " MisoeUaneooa 48 

" JJ — Miscellaneoos advaoees (non-active) 48 

" KK — Adyaaces to Provinces, Banks, etc 44 

LL-Savinsi Banks 44 

MM— CoBtiaflBat Funds 44 

" NN— LoM Aoooants (Funded Debt) 44 

" GO— Temporary Loans 46 

COMTARATIVB TaBLKS 

Table 61 Eraeediture and RavseiM 46 

Table of IHlbtoirCaMda 48 

Table of Reeripts from War Tax ReTMfM 41 

ArrsNDicM 

No. 1—Fnaded Dabt pajrable la Caaadaaad iaterssi payable thereon.. 61 

No. 9— Poaded Debt payable iaLoodoBaad iotarest payable thereon.. 64 

No. S-FwMDebtwyablaiaNewYoriLaMllatmatpayabktlMrsoB 66 

No. 4--8tmteiiMBto(CoiMoliilatMlFtnd 66 

No. 6— SiaUw FMd PttdnMa. . 86 

No. ft-Chril Qoirenuiraat. aad MIsmDmwow IBhiwiIIIwm by DepartaiMrts 57 



TABLE OF CONTENTS— Conduced 

Appendicbs — Concluded 

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No. 7— Interest on Public Debt 59 

No. 8 — Charges of Management 62 

No. 9 — Premium, Discount and Exchange Expenditure 67 

»No. 10 — Superannuation Expenditure 68 

Superannuation No. 1 (Act of 1870) 68 

No. 2 (Act of 1893) 72 

" No. 3 (Printing Bureau) 72 

t ,.. " No. 4 (Public Service Retirement Act, 1920) 72 

■IE " No. 5 (Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924) 81 
^^p Civil Ser\'ants retired during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929 under above 

^^ funds 87 

Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 100 

Summary 109 

No. 11 — Public Works Expenditure (chargeable to Income) 110 

Public Works Expenditure (chargeable to Collection of Revenue) 125 

No. 12 — Adjustment of War Claims — Department of National Defence 125 

No. 13 — Interest on Investments 126 

No. 14 — Casual Revenue 129 

No. 15 — Fines and Forfeitures 135 

No. 16 — Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue 137 

No. 17 — Superannuation Revenue 139 

No. 18 — Superannuation Fund No. 5, Revenue 140 

No. 19 — Ix)ans authorized and redeemed 141 

No. 20 — Superannuation and Retirement Fund Acts, Number of Officials, etc 142 

No. 21 — Decayed Pilot's Pension Fund 144 

No. 22— Halifax Pilot's Pension Fund 145 

No. 23— St. John Pilot's Pension Fund 148 

No. 24 — Sydney Pilot's Pension Fund 146 

No. 25— Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co., issue of £1,622,586-19-9 147 

No. 26 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co., issue of $45,000,000 147 

No. 27— Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Co., issue of £7,350.000 148 

No. 28— Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £647,260 148 

No. 29 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £733,561 149 

No. 30— Indian Trust Funds 150 

No. 31 — Dominion Notes Circulation 150 

No. 32 — " withdrawn from circulation and destroyed 151 

No. 33 — " issued and redeemed and in circulation 151 

No. 34 — Silver Recoinage Statement 152 

No. 35 — Copper Recoinage Statement 152 

No. 36 — Dominion Notes issued to Assistant Receivers General 153 

No. 37 — Dominion >j[otes and Bank Notes in Circulation 153 

No. 38 — Canadian Gold Coin issued by the Mint 154 

No. 39 — Silver and Bronze coinage for Canada 155 

No. 40 — Deportation of American and Newfoundland Coinage 156 

No. 41 — Subsidies to Provinces 157 



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Department of Finance, 

Ottawa, January 10, 1930. 

[on. C. A. Dunning, 

Minister of Finance. ,[ 

Sm, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts of Canada for 
the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929. 

ORDINARY RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

The receipts for the year on account of Consolidated Fund amounted to 
$455,463373.74, and the expenditure on the same ac<!Ount to $350,952,924.03, 
showing a surplus of ordinSrv receipts over ordinary expenditures of 
$104,510,949.71. 

SPECIAL RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

In addition to the ordinary receipts and payments there were special 
receipts of $5,476,854.04 and special expenditures of $2,187,000.80, leaving 
an excess of $3,289,853.24 of receipts over the expenditures as a credit to 
Consolidated Fund: — 

Special Receipts — 

War and Demobilization Receipts— 

Refunds of Previous Year's Expenditure.$ 789,246 80 

Payments received on account of 
R^arations from Germany — Under 
the Dawes Plan 4,025.165 12 

Amount received from the British 
Treasury in final settlement of 
outstanding claims and counter 

claims arising out of War 662.442 12 

$ 5.476.854 04 

Special Expenditures — 

Adjustment of War Claim:^ $ 119,847 74 

Cost of Loan Flotations 11.330 21 

Home Bank Depositors' Relief Act 17,108 95 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924 

(Government contribution to the Fund). 1.681,700 44 
Government Annuities — Amount requirc<i to 

meet the value of the prospective 

annuitie>< contracted for up to the end 

of the fiscal vcar 1929 1.32.844 13 

Railwav Grnd^ Cr,...\,.,r Fund 224,169 33 

„ — $ 2.187.000 80 



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Exeos^ of Special Receipts over Special Expenditure-^ $ 3.286.853 24 



X DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

CAPITAL A(XOUNT 

The following outlays were made during the year and charged to Capital: — 

Can ALB (Schedule GG) — 

Trent Canal 9,164 54 

Welland Ship Canal 13,670,899 26 

% 13,680,063 80 

Railways (Schedui^ II) — 

Canadian Government Railways — Exchequer 

Court Awards '. 5,728 80 

Canadian Government Railways — Prince 

Edward Island Car Fern- 172,862 35 

Hudson Bay Railway 6,271,257 43 

6,449,848 58 

Total Railways and Canals $ 20,129,912 38 

Public Works (Schedule HH) — 

Ottawa — New Departmental Building % 185,101 95 

Ottawa— Parliament Building 82.634 98 

Ottawa — Expropriation of property between 
Sparks and Wellington Streets east of 

Elgin Street 278,869 40 

Ottawa — National Research Council Labor- 
atories 92,699 52 

Esquimalt, B.C.— New Dry Dock 82,950 08 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbours 145.829 56 

Quebec Harbour 58.798 37 

Sorel Harbour 299,873 90 

St. John Harbour 8,859 79 

Toronto Harbour 13.382 65 

St. Lawrence River Improvements — 

Ship Channel Dredging 1 .894,91 1 65 

Sorel Shipyard 168,644 08 

Lower Lakes Terminals 73,102 50 

1 3385,658 43 

Total Capital Expenditure I 23^15,570 81 

The following refunds of previous years' expenditure were received and 
credited to Capital Account: — 

Canals — 

Lachine Canal S 66,398 00 

Welland Canal 443 31 

Welland Ship Canal 459,640 23 

$ 615,481 54 

Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways— Sale of 

SS. I>rummomf and 3fc/Ccc 36,000 00 

Canadian Government Railways 175 00 

Hudson Bay Railway 111,694 48 

147369 48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 3d 

H !- CAPITAL ACCOirST— Concluded 

Public Works — 

Ottawa — National Research Council Labor- 
atories $ 150 00 

Esquimalt — Construction of Dry Dock 119 70 

Sorel Shipyard 2,584 96 

Toronto Harbour 2,090 00 

Government Shipbuilding Program — Sale of 

Ships 38,000 00 

42,944 66 

i 706,295 68 
Net charge to Capital Account $ 22,809,275 13 

Loans to Merchant Marine 

Loans to the Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited, of 
$758,000.00, were made under authority of the Appropriation Act of 1928. 



DEBT 

The net debt of the Dominion at the close of the fiscal year was 
$2,225,504,705.10 or a decrease of $71,345,527.82 under the debt as it stood on 
March 31, 1928. 

The decrease is accounted for as follows: — 

Revenues — 

Ordinary Revenue $455,463,873 74 

Special Receipts 5,476,854 04 

$460,940,727 78 

Expenditures — 

Ordinar>' Expenditure $350,952,924 03 

Special Expenditure 2,187,000 80 

Capital Expenditure (net) 22,809,275 13 

Loans to Canadian Government Merchant 

Marine, Limited 758,000 00 

Loan to Quebec Harbour Commissioners. . . 2,888,000 00 

$379,595,199 96 

Surplus of Revenues over Expenditures $ 81,345,527 82 

Soldier Settlement Board Loans — 

Additional amount transferred to non-active 
assets to provide for revaluations and 
losses 10,000,000 00 

Net Decrease of Debt $ 71,345.527 82 



»'i DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

During the year certain Railway properties at St. John and Halifax valued 
at 113,475,304.93 were transferred to St. John and Hnlifax Harbour Commisaions, 
as follows: — 

St. John Harbour Commission $ 645,182 77 

Transferred under authority of Chapter 67, 
Statutes of Canada 1926-27 and Order in 
Council, P.C. 451 dated March 22, 1929. 

Halifax Harbour Commission 12,830,122 16 

Transferred under authority of Chapter 58, 
Statutes of Canada 1926-27 and Order in 
Council, P.C. 1456 dated August 16, 1928. 

These properties were originally charged to Canadian (Government Railways 
$5,484,564.64 and Intercolonial Railway $7,990,740.29. 



FUNDED DEBT 

The 5 per cent Refunding Loan of 1923 amounting to $46,496,400 matured 
October 15, 1928 and was redeemed. 

In addition to the above maturity $5,422,200 of the 5^ per cent New York 
Loan due August 1, 1929, was redeemed in advance of the due date by purchase 
in the open market. 

SAVINGS BANK 

At the close of the fiscal year, the balance at the credit of depositors in the 
Post Office Savings Bank was $28,375,769.74, a decrease of $2,728,006.52 under 
the balance held on March 31, 1928. The withdrawals for the year exceeded the 
deposits by $3,611,312.44 while $883,305.92 was added for interest accrued. 



INVESTMENTS 
Sinking Funds 

Investments on account of Sinking Funds of the various loans were made 
during the vear to the amount of $3,462,312.33. The total of the investments at 
the credit o*f the Sinking Funds, which stood at $48,616,885.97 on March 31, 1928, 
was therefore increased to $52,079,198.30 on March 31, 1929. 

Advances to H.i&BOUB Commissioniss 

Advances were made under statute to the following Harbour Commis- 
sioners: — 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners $1,370,000 00 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners 2.888,000 00 

Vancouver Harbour Commissioner- l ,r)96,000 00 

Halifax Harbour Commissioners. . 30.000 00 

St. John Harbour Commissioners. r»02.000 00 

Chicoutimi Harbour Commissioners . . . ^ 500,000 00 

16,986,000 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS xUi 

Loans to Banks 

Under authority of the Finance Act, Chapter 70, R.S.C. 1927, advances 
during the year to an aggregate amount of $490,380,000 were made by way of 
issues of Dominion Notes to various banks. On April 1, 1928 the outstanding 
balance on this account was $36,000,000. During the year repayments were 
received to the amount of $442,880,000, leaving a balance of $83^500,000 out- 
standing at the close of the year. 

Soldier Land Settlement Board 

The Loans outstanding to soldiers settling on the land and for General Land 
Settlement decreased during the year by $3,887,888.52, of which $2,653,262.64 
represents amount written off to Consolidated Fund on account of the revalua- 
tion of loans to soldier settlers. This leaves a balance outstanding at the close 
of the year of $79,457,982.73 of which $58,175,573.28 is carried as an Active 
Asset. The balance $21,282,409.45 is carried as a Non-Active Asset. 

Housing Loans 

The Provincial Governments reduced their indebtedness to the Dominion 
on account of Housing Loans by $275,200 as follows: — 

Province of Manitoba $ 60,000 00 

Province of New Brunswick 52,000 00 

Province of Nova Scotia 150,000 00 

Province of Quebec 13,200 00 



$275,200 00 
Foreign Governments 

Foreign Governments have paid all interest due on their obligations. The 
Government of Greece, under agreement, paid $200,000 on account of principal. 
The outstanding foreign debts are thus reduced to $7,080,000 owing by Greece 
and $23,969,720 owing by Roumania. 

DOMINION NOTES 

The circulation of Dominion Notes stood at $204,501,216.54 on March 31, 
1929, being an increase of $15,869,726.93 as compared with the circulation at 
the close of the last year. Gold held as security amounted to $58,067,768.15. 
Of the total amount of Notes outstanding, $83,500,000 were against approved 
securities held by the Department under the Finance Act. 

GUARANTEED SECURITIES 

Canadian National Railway Company: 

An issue of $35,000,000 Canadian National Railway Company 4^ per 
cent 40- Year Gold Bonds dated December 1, 1928, was guaranteed as to 
principal and interest. The bonds were sold to the Chase Securities 
Corporation, Blair and Company Inc., and the Equitable Trust Company 
of New York, at a price of 94.15 and accrued interest. The issue was 
authorized as follows: — 

$21,500,000 — under authority of Appropriation Act No. 3, Chapter 54, 

of the Statutes of Canada 1928, vote 408. 
$13,500,000 — under authority of the Special Acts relating to the 

construction of the Toronto Terminals and various branch lines. 



XIV DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Under authority of the Canadian Northern Railway Company Income 
Charge Act 1928, a temporary bond of the Canadian National Railway 
Company for $23,500,000, 4^ per cent, payable on demand, was guaranteed 
as to principal and interest in connection with arrangements for the 
redemption of Canadian Northern Railway Company 5 per cent income 
charge debenture stock. Pending the public issue of guaranteed securities, 
$22,748,109.60 was outstanding at March 31, 1929, in the form of temporary 
bank loans. 

Harbour Commissions: 

Under authority of Chapter 68 of the Statutes of 1924 a 4^ per cent 
interim debenture of the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal for $4,000,000, 
and a 5^ per cent interim debenture of the Harbour Commissioners of 
Montreal for $5,000,000, were issued and guaranteed as to principal and 
interest. These debentures were pledged by the Commissioners as collateral 
for temporary financing with the Royal Bank of Canada, bringing the total 
issue to date for construction of the South Shore Bridge to $17,000,000 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. C. SAUNDERS, 
Deputy Minister of Finance. 



BALANCE SHEET 



REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 



CONDENSED CASH STATEMENT 



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COMPARATIVE TABLES 

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THE DOMINION 

BALANCE SHEET 

Assets — $ cts. 

Cash .:...: 82,410,884 61 

Specie Reserve 60,791 ,333 69 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule A 166,080,669 33 

Advances to Foreign Governments, per schetkilc B 31 ,049,720 00 

Soldier and GJeneral Land Settlement Loans per schedule C 58 , 1 75 , 573 28 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule D 23,021 ,087 31 



Balance being Net Debt March 31, 1929 (exclusive of 

interest accrued and outstanding) carried forward. .2,225,504,705 10 



2,647,033,973 32 



Balance Net Debt represented by: — 
(A) Expenditure — 
Public Works, Canals, per schedule E. $214,612,601 26 
Public Works, Railways, per schedule F. 422 , 656 , 794 10 
Public Works, Miscellaneous, per 

schedule G 217,315,901 06 

Military Property and Stores, per 

schedule H 12,034,169 85 

Territorial Accounts, per schedule I. . . 9,895,947 68 
Railway Accounts (old), per schedule J. 88 ,398 ,828 78 
Railway Accounts (Loans non-active), 

per schedule K 611,747,239 63 

Canadian Government Merchant 

Marine. Limited 11 ,232,509 86 

Miscellaneous Investments and other 

accounts (non-active) ,per schedule L. 41, 687 , 875 S^ 

1,629,581,868 04 

(B) Balance Consolidated Fund brought 

forward March 31, 1928 699 ,913 ,096 02 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure, 

year ended March 31, 1929 103,990,268 96 

696,922,837 06 

2,226,604,706 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



CANADA 

MARCH 31, 1929 

Liabilities — $ cts. 

Dominion Notes in Circulation 204 ,501 ,216 54 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 6 ,098 , 583 30 

Post Office Account, Money Orders, Postal Notes, etc., 

outstanding 7,690,607 17 

Post Office Savings Bank Deposits 28,375,769 74 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule M.. 61,450,834 91 

Trust Funds, per schedule N 20,337,483 21 

Contingent Funds, per schedule O 794 ,286 09 

Province Accounts, per schedule P 9 ,623 ,816 77 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule Q 93,257 63 

Funded Debt, per schedule R 2,305,065,772 30 

Interest Due and Unpaid, per schedule S 3 ,002,345 66 

2,647,033,973 32 



Balance Net Debt March 31, 1929, brought forward 2,225,504,705 10 



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"We have examined the attached Balance Sheet of the Dominion of Canada 
as at March 31, 1929, and have obtained all the information and explanations 
required by us. 

We certify that in our opinion, the said Balance Sheet, with accompanying 
Schedules A to S and V, is properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct 
view of the financial position of the Dominion of Canada at March 31, 1929, 
according to the information and explanations received by us and as shown by 
the Books of Account of the Dominion. 

P. S. ROSS & SONS, 

Chartered Accountants. 



2,225,504,706,1) 

NoT». — Indiroct Liabilitiea — 

Guarantees given by the Dominion of Canada are listed in Schedule V attached and amount 
in totAl to t730,956,3(>4.39. 

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



T H E D O M I N I O N 
Expenditure and 



Year ended 



Expenditure 
Ordinary 

Agriculture, per schedule No. 1 8 

Finance, per schedule No. 2 3 

" Interest on Public Debt, per schedule No. 2 124 

" Subsidies to Provinces, per schedule No. 2 12 

Immigration and Colonization, per schedule No. 3 2 

Indian Affairs, per schedule No. 4 4 

Interior, per schedule No. 5 7 

Justice, per schedule No. 6 4 

Labour, per schedule No. 7 2 

Legislation, per schedule No. 8 2 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 9 9 

Mines, per schedule No. 10 1 

National Defence, per schedule No. 11 19 

National Revenue, per schedule No. 12 13 

Pensions, per schedule No. 13 41 

Post Office, per schedule No. 14 34 

Public Works, per schedule No. 15 18 

Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 16 11 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, per schedule No. 17 2 

Pensions and National Health, per schedule No. 18 9 

Soldier and General Land Settlement, per schedule No. 19. . 1 

Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 20 6 

Other Departments, per schedule No. 21 2 

Miscellaneous, per schedule No. 22 4 



Special 

Adjustment of War Claims, per schedule 

No. 23 119,847 74 

Cost of Loan Flotations, per schedule No. 24 11,330 21 

Miscellaneous Charges, per schedule No. 25 2,055,822 85 

Non-Active Accounts written off and charged to Consolidated 
Fimd, per schedule No. 26 

Balance being excess of Revenue over Expenditure carried 
to Consolidated Fund 



127 
203 

989 
553 
955 
789 
787 
447 
595 
340 
488 
272 
674 
542 
487 
949 
684 
047 
647 
176 
441 
126 
693 
926 



cts. 

,905 73 

,758 16 
,9.50 19 
,724 50 
.844 89 
,503 07 
,061 56 
,901 29 
,939 51 
,304 72 
,120 40 
,577 22 
,200 62 
,434 58 
,322 68 
,549 80 
,962 25 
,887 31 
,921 60 
,702 30 
,950 55 
,974 93 
,598 37 
,827 80 



350,952,924 03 



2,187,000 80 

3,810,543 99 
356,950,468 82 

103,990,258 96 
460,940,727 78 



Capital 

Expenditure S cts. 

Canals, per schedule G.G. (to cash statement) 13 ,680 ,063 80 

Public Works, per schedule H.H. (to cash sUtement) 3 ,385 ,658 43 

Railways, per schedule I.I. (to cash statement) 6,449,848 68 



sa« > Vi otxiKaioCl 



23,515,570 81 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OFCANADA 

Revenue Account 

March 31, 1929 

Revenue 

Ordinary $ cts. $ cts. 

National Revenue, per schedule No. 27 — 

Customs Import Duties 187 ,206 ,332 47 

Excise Duties 63,684,953 72 

Sales Tax, Tax on Cheques, Trans- 
portation, Tax, etc 83 ,007 ,282 78 

Income Tax 59,422,323 25 

Business Profits Tax 455 ,232 27 

Trust and Loan Companies Tax 7,640 88 

Sundry CoUections 890,981 60 

394,674,746 97 

Finance, per schedule No. 28 — 

Chartered Banks 1 ,242,398 99 

Insurance Companies 894 ,863 98 

Interest on Investments 12 ,227 ,561 87 

Sundrv Collections 1 ,087 ,728 33 

_ 15,452,553 17 

Interior, per schedule No. 29 4,118,581 72 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 30 874 ,793 33 

Patent and Copyright Office, per schedule No. 31 530 ,384 19 

Post Office, per schedule No. 32 30,628,874 90 

Public Works, per schedule No. 33 640 ,385 01 

Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 34 1 ,391 ,300 69 

Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 35 4 ,118 ,207 10 

Other Departments, per schedule No. 36 3 ,034 ,046 66 

455,463,873 74 
Special 

War and Demobilization Receipts, per 

schedule No. 37 

Miscellaneous Receipts, per schedule No. 38 , _ , . 

-— — 5,476,854 04 



789,246 80 
4,687,607 24 



460,940,727 78 



Account 

Receipts $ cts. 

Canals, per schedule G.G. (to cash statement) 515,481 54 

Public Works, per schedule H.H. (to cash statement) 42,944 66 

Railways, per schedule I.I. (to cash statement) 147,869 48 

Balance carried to Capital Account 22 ,809 ,275 13 

23,515,570 81 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



CONDENSED CASH 
Year ended 

Receipts 

$ cts. $ cts' 
Balance from fiscal year 1927-28 — 

Banks in Canada 28 ,463 ,246 66 

Banks in New York 7,778,581 51 

Bank of Montreal, London, England. . 9,587,553 87 

— 45,829,382 04 

Dominion Notes 15 ,869 ,726 93 

Specie Reserve 34 ,561 ,368 63 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 169,364 28 

Post Office Account — Money Orders, Postal Notes, etc 2,201 ,391 91 

Advances to Foreign Governments, per schedule AA 200,000 00 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule BB 9,811 ,724 55 

Trust Funds, per schedule CC 581 ,866 00 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule DD 1 ,441 ,451 90 

Soldier and General Land Settlement, per schedule EE 3,887,888 52 

Interest due and unpaid, per schedule FF 124 ,271 42 

Consolidated Fund, per Expenditure and Revenue Accounts. 103,990,258 96 



218,668,695 14 



Non.— Wbere there have been both R«ceipts and Disbursement* afTecting the above indicated 
aeooonts, the net amount only is shown. 



1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



STATEMENT 
March 31, 1929 

Payments 

$ cts. $ cts* 

Capital Accounts — 

Public Works, Canals, per schedule GG 13 , 164 , 582 26 
Public Works, Miscellaneous, per sche- 
dule HH 3,342,713 77 

Public Works, Railways, per schedule II 6,301,979 10 



22,809,275 13 

Loans to Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited. . 758,000 00 

Miscellaneous Advances (non-active), per schedule J J 2,507,526 26 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule KK 51,327,810 05 

Savings Bank Deposits, per schedule LL 2,728 ,006 52 

Contingent Funds, per schedule MM 833 ,289 39 

Loan Accounts (Funded Debt), per schedule NN 55,092,903 18 

Temporary Loans, per schedule 00 201 ,000 00 

Balance to fiscal year 1929-30 — 

Banks in Canada 52,584,441 37 

Banks in New York 29,196,725 56 

Bank of Montreal, London, England. . 629,717 68 

82,410,884 61 



218,668,695 14 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET 



ct«. 



ct« 



cU. 



SCBMDVIM "A" 

Advamees to Protincet, Banks, etc. — 

Province of British Columbia (Houfling Loans) 

Province of Manitoba (Housing Loans) 

I*rovince of New Brunswick (Housing Loans) 

Province of Nova Scotia (Housing Loans) 

Province of Prince Edwarti Island (Housug Loans). 
Province of Quebec (Housing Loans) 



1,701,500 00 
1,600,000 00 
1.198,000 00 
1.212,000 00 
50.000 00 
7.304,202 72 



Montreal Harbour Commission. . . , 
Vancouver Harbour Commission. . 
St. John Harbour Commission...., 

Halifax Harbour Commission 

Chicoutimi Harbour Commission. 



50,350,000 00 
17,460,900 00 

602,000 00 
30.000 00 

500,000 00 



Loans to Banks, "Finance Act," Chap. 70, R.8. 1927. 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Company 

Canadian Farm Loan Board 

Less — Canadian Farm Loan Board, special dis- 
bursements 



50,000 00 
44,089 95 



SCHCDU!.* "B" 

A4tanees to Foreign Governments — 

Greek Government 

Roumanian Government 



{)• ( 



SCHIDUU "C" 



Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans — 

Soldier Land Settlement Loans 

General Land Settlement Loans 

Land Settlement, Purchased Lands 

Less — Soldier Land Settlement Assurance Fund 

Land Settlement Suspense Account 

Amount transferred tfi Non-Active Accounts to 
provide for revaluations and losses 

SCBBDCU "D" 

MiseeUtMeous Cwrrent Accounts — 

Advances to Royal Mint — Gold Purchase Account — 
" Silver Purchase Account.. . 

" Nickel Purchase Account... 

" Copper Purchase Account. . 



72,589,863 29 

7,625,423 77 

103,437 30 



667,319 98 
193.421 65 

21.282,409 45 



936,722 06 

2,338,006 59 

34,589 96 

11.069 48 



Bank of Montreal, Provincial Notes Suspense 

Canada Grain Act Advance Account 

Canadian Government Railways "Open Accounts". 
" " "Stores Account". 



6,042,932 52 
9.757,420 40 



Dominioo AsMty Offioe— Gold Purchase Account 

Empire SetUement Seheme— Advances under 

Foreiipi Coin withdrawn from circulat inn 

Imperial Government Account 

King's Printer Advance — Printing 

King's Printer Advance — .Stationery 

Saskatchewan Government .SkkI Grain Advance*, 1906. 

Seed Grain and Relief, Department of Interior. 

Lees amoant tiaaaerred to Non-Active Assets 



Ht. John and Qoebeo Railway Stores 

War and Victory Loans, adjostment aooounts 

Dominion Notes— Deficiency Adjustment Aceoont. 



S.879.»3 51 
1,228,192 S9 



13.065,702 72 



68,942,900 00 

83.500.000 00 

133. 156 56 

433,900 00 



5,010 05 



166,060,669 33 



7,080.000 00 
23,969,720 00 



31,049.720 00 



80,318,724 36 



22, 143, 151 06 



68,175.678 28 



3,320,388 09 
27.622 88 
10.121 87 



16.800.868 82 

86.721 M 

184,884 80 

18.726 66 

26.433 06 

593.792 70 

240,774 24 

90.303 38 



2.666.091 12 

2.690 94 

12.060 00 

684 00 



28,081.087 81 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE ^KEET— Continued 



eta. 



da. 



CtB. 



SCHBDUI^ "E" 

Public Works (Canals)— 

Burlington Bay Canal 

Chanibly Canal, River Richelieu 

Improvement to Trent Canal 

Lachine Canal 

Lake St. Peter 

Murray Canal 

Ottawa Works 

Quebec Canals 

Rideau Canal 

Sault Ste. Marie Canals 

St. Anne's Lock — Railway Bridge at Isle Perrot. 

St. Lawrence Canals 

St. Lawrence Ship Canal 

St. Ours Locks 

St. Peter's Canal. 

Tay River Navigation 

Trent River Navigation 

Welland Canal 

Welland Ship Canal 

Miscellaneoos 



306, 

580, 

559, 

11.087, 

1.164, 

1.248, 

6,875, 

34, 

143, 

4,935, 

150, 

34.143, 

133, 

5. 

492, 

476, 

19.076, 

29.903, 

103,293, 



328 32 
092 59 
067 70 
182 65 
235 06 
946 71 
244 17 
841 69 
411 12 
809 42 
000 00 
925 00 
896 80 
690 91 
023 82 
128 73 
911 35 
114 35 
625 85 
125 00 



214,612,601 26 



I 



ScHXDUUt "F" 

Public Works (Railways) — 

Canadian Government Railways 

Cape Breton Railway 

Caraquet & Gulf Shore Railway 

Elgin & Havelock Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

Internationial Railway of New Brunswick. 

Lotbiniere <fe Megantic Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway 

New Brunswick <t P.E.I. Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Quebec Bridge 

Quebec 4 Saguenay Railway 

Salisbury A Albert Railway 

St. Martin's Railway 

York & Carleton Railway 



66, 



343,059 19 

104.520 54 

209.950 00 

33.530 00 

183.928 68 

,681.377 36 

336.875 00 

583,262 41 

360.790 66 

744,541 78 

706.664 49 

892,575 85 

84,390 41 

72,624 91 

20,976 16 



Hudson Bay Railway 

Hudson Bay Railway, F(»t Churchill Terminals. 
Hodaon Bay Railway. Port Nelson Terminals.... 



23.283.813 62 
3,668,026 46 
6,240,200 86 



387,359.067 43 



Hudson Bay Railway, residue of cost of Steamer Sheba. 

Other Railicays and Miacellaneoua — 

Digby & Annapolis Railway... . 

North Railway 

Governor General's Cars 

Miscellaneous 

Canadian Government Railways — Canada Central Rail- 
way — Peace River Bridge 

Canadian Government Railwajrs — Residue of capital 
cost ot steamers Dnnnmond and McKee 



33. 



192.040 94 
78.610 58 



33.270.651 52 



660.683 09 

250,000 00 

71.538 82 

18.000 00 

175,000 00 

851,853 24 



3,027.076 15 



SCBKDULB "G" 

PubUe W^orfca (Miscellaneoos) — 

Bare Point Breakwater 

Canadian Building, London. England 

Canadian Legation Building and Site, Washington, D.C. 

Cape Tormentine Harbour 

Esqoimalt Graving Dock 

Gcovgiaa Bay to Montreal Waterway Survey 



422.666,794 10 



Carried forward. 



217.905 90 
1.539,073 11 

477.764 36 

33«.8fl0 61 
7,746,673 17 

918,796 86 

11,137.154 01 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE ^REET— Continued 



ots. 



eta. 



eta. 



Sparks 



Brought forward 

ScBBDDUi "G" — Concluded 

Public Works (Miscellaneous) — Concluded 

Government Buildings, Ottawa 

Government Shipbuilding Programme 

Halifax Dry Dock 

Halifax Klevator iSite 

Improvements to the St. Lawrence 

Kingston Graving Dock 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 

Levis CJraving Dock 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

New Dominion Building, Toronto 

Ottawa, Expropriation of Property between 

and Wellington Streets, east of Elgin 

Port Arthur ana Fort William and River Kaministiquia. 

Port Colbome Harbour 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 

Rainy River, Ix)ck and Dam 

Sorel Harbour Improvements 

8t. Andrews Rapids, including Red River Improve- 
ments 

St. John Harbour Improvements 

Tiffin Harbour Improvements 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 

Vancouver Harbour Improvements 

Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Improvements 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia, Improvements. . .. 

Yukon Territory Works 

Halifax Harbour Improvements 

Lower Lakes Terminals 



SCHBDUU "H" 

Military Property and Slorea — 

Military Property and Stores 

Less — Fort Osborne Barracks, Winni|>eg. 

St. Helen's Island Barracks Site. . 

Toronto Barracks Site 



62,047 27 

19,783 10 

1,250 65 



SCHBDUM "I" 

rerritorial Accounts — 

Northwest Territories, Organisation 

Northwest Territories. Purchase 

Expenses connected with the Northwest Rebellion . 

Dominion Lands to March 31, 1911 

Lbu — Received from Dominion Lands 



10,425,395 02 
4,275,526 11 



SCHBDTTUI "J" 

RMtoag Aeeounta (Old)— 

Caiaadian Pacific Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway Debenture Account. 

Grand Trunk Railway Interest Account 

Grand Trunk Railway Special Aocoant 



ScBnDuu "K" 

Riiltcay Account* (Loans Non-active) — 
Canadian Northern Rmlvfoy — 
Ontario Interest Aeeount (Sec. 10. Chap. 6, Act* ct 1011) 
laterert Aeooat (C1uh>. 20, Act* ot 1014) 



Cftiileu foi'waiu . 



2,306.000 08 
«,S»4.000 OS 

7.000.000 70 



11.137.154 01 



399.786 77 
615.583 43 
552.827 43 
46,063 27 
771,756 13 
556,589 35 
348.320 77 
971,592 58 
060,342 83 
166,646 95 

320,934 86 
129.506 49 
904.459 39 
378,050 72 
133 80 
488,463 90 

569,776 99 
112.562 14 
481.621 59 
986,206 44 
600,078 73 
761,801 79 
131.024 94 
921,392 10 
830,122 16 
73.102 50 



217,315.901 06 



12.118.160 87 



83.081 02 



12,034,160 85 



1.460,000 00 

1,460,000 00 

826,077 87 



6. 140.800 81 



0,806.047 68 



62.701.485 25 

15.142.683 84 

10.457.458 01 

7.808 18 



).828 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



It 



S cts 



< cts. 



S eta. 



Brought forward 

Schedule "K" — Concluded 

Railway Accounts (Loan Non-active) — Concluded 
Cant^an Northern Railway — Concluded 

Loan Account, 1914 (Chap. 4, Acts of 1915) 

Loan Account, 1916 (Chap. 29, Acts of 1916) 

Purchase of Capital Stock (Chap. 24, Acts of 1917, Sec. 

4, Subsec. 3) 

Loan Account, Legislation 1917 (7-8 George V, Chap. 24) 
Loan on account of Interest and Equipment (Act No. 1, 

Legislation of 1918) 

Loan under authority of vote 108, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4, 1919 

Loan under authority of vote 127, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4, 1920 

Loan under authority of vote 126, Appropriation Act, 

No. 2. 1921 

Loan under authority erf vote 136, Appropriation Act, 

No. 1, 1922 

Loan under the War Measures Act 



Grand Trunk Railway-^ 
Loan under authority ot vote 478, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4, 1920 

Loan under authority of vote 126, Appropriation Act, 

No. 2, 1921 

Loan under authority of vote 137, Appropriation Act, 

No. 1, 1922 

Grand Trunk Pacific Loan of 1913 (Chap. 23 of Acts of 

1913), Guaranteed by the Grand Trunk Railway 

Co 



Grand Trunk Pacific Railway — 

Loan Account of 1914 (Chap. 4 of Acts of 1915) 

3 per cent Mortgage Bonds (Chap. 24, 34 Geo. V. 1913). 

Interest Account, Appropriation Act, No. 2, 1916 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act, No. 4, 1917 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act, 1918 

Receiver Account, O.C. 26th March, 1919, P.C, 636. . . . 

Guaranteed Interest Account (Guaranteed by the Domi- 
nion of Canada) 

Branch Lines Coupons (Guaranteed by the Provinces 
of Alberta and Saskatchewan) 



Canadian National Railways — 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act, 1923. 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act, 1924. . . 
Ixmn under authority of Appropriation Act, 1925. . . 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act, 1926. . . 



Loans to Railways — 
Purchase of Railway Equipment, Chap. 38, Statutes of 
1918 



7,690,099 70 



10,000.000 00 
15,000.000 00 

10,000,000 00 
25,000,000 00 

25,000,000 00 

35,000,000 00 

48,611,077 00 

44,419,806 42 

42,800,000 00 
1,887,821 16 



265,408,804 28 



25,000,000 00 
55,293,435 18 
23.288.747 15 

15,000,000 00 



118,582,182 33 



6,000,000 00 
33,093,333 23 
7,081,783 45 
5,038,053 72 
7,471,399 93 
45,764,162 35 

8,704,662 65 

2,898,536 98 



24,550,000 00 
10,000.000 00 
10.000.000 00 
10,000,000 00 



116,051,932 31 



54,550,000 00 



57,154,320 71 



611,747.239 63 



SCHBDUUS "L" 

Uitcellaneout Invealtnents and other Accounts (Non-active) — 
Earl of Selkirk Mortgage on property in Township of 

Moulton 

Grand Trunk Railway Preference Stock 

High CommiMsioncr's Suspense 

Italian Government 

Quebec Harbour Commission 

Quebec Turnpike Trust Bond 

Russian Government Account 

Seed Grab and Relief — Department of the Interior. . . 
Soldier and General Land Settlement IxMuis 



13,900 00 

121,739 65 

4.230 95 

702 82 

18.117,095 68 

20,000 00 

65,571 82 

1,223.102 39 

21,282,400 46 



Carried forward. 



40.830.742 46 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



I cU. 



f ets 



I ets. 



Brought forward 

ScBBOUui "L"— Cofic/uderf 

Miteellantoiu ItttealmenU and other AecounU (Non-active)- 
Conduded 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures 

Less — Sinking Funds 



81,760 07 
2,308 41 



University Hospital — Edmonton, Alberta 

Unpaid Coupons — New York Loans "Suspense". 

Victoria Shipowners, Limited 

Victory Loan, 1918, Interest Suspense 



ScHXDUUt "M" 

Insurance and Superannuation Fund*— 

Government Annuities 

Insurance Fund, ("ivil Service 

Returned Soldiers' Insurance 

Retirement Fund 

Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Act, 1893, 

Chap. 17, R.S, 1906 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924. Chi4>. 24, R.S 

1927 



SCHBDULB "N" 

Trutt Fund*— 

Alberta School Lands 

Burrard Dry Dock Pontoons 

Common School Fund 

Canadian Military Canteen Funds 

Canadian National Railways — 

Kquipment Issue, 1923, Redemption Account ■ 
Guaranteed Bond Issues (Outstanding interest). 



1.000 00 
80,800 00 



Cootractors' Securities 

Decayed Pilots' Fund 

Leas — Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 21) 



112,973 57 
97,000 00 



Empraas of Ireland Relief Fund . 
Halifax Pilots' Pension P'und . 



Leas— Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 22) 

Immigration Guarantee and Special Funds 

Indian Funds 

Manitoba Sohool Lands 

Militia and Defence Regimental Funds 

Military Estates No. 1 

Militarv Kstates No. 2 

Royal Military College— Cadet Funds. 

Saskatchewan School Lands 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment— War Service Gra- 
tuity 

Soldiers' Civil R«-«stabIishmentr-Ponsiaas, etc 

St. John PUots' PensioD Fund 

Laaa— Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 23) 



82,368 55 
75.393 33 



43,354 85 
41.000 00 



Strstheona Trust Fund 

Qjrditey Pilots' Pension Fund 

Leas— Amount invested in Beads (Appendix No. 24) 



42.421 08 
33.800 00 



40.839,742 46 



79,452 56 
100,000 00 

45,913 50 

621,987 05 

780 26 



18,309,099 88 
5,058,179 42 
6,866,911 13 
5,245,160 16 

1,964,202 52 

23,946,981 80 



63.536 28 

8,851 99 

2,661,243 00 

20,000 00 



81,800 00 
1,455,578 85 



15,973 57 
858 33 



6,975 22 

383,137 70 

13.629,403 74 

7,700 88 

5.050 00 

124,034 72 

16,563 54 

10,636 01 

631,177 08 

174.577 89 
529.408 58 



2.394 85 
500.000 00 



8.821 06 



41.687,875 



61,450.834 9! 



20.337,488 » 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SB.E'ET— Continued 



•13 



Cth 



cte 



cts. 



SCHIDULE "O" 

Contingcnl Funds — 

Banque du Peuple 

Banque St. Hyacinthe 

Banque St. Jean 

Banque Ville Marie 

Bank of Vancouver 

Bank of Yarmouth 

Board of Pension Commissioners, Mennonite Funds 

Briton Medical and General Life .\ssociation Funds 

Cash Suspense — Unallocated funds received 

Central Bank 

Columbia River Special 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba 

Farmers Bank 

Home Bank of Canada 

Income Tax (Appeals) Suspense 

Interior Department, Suspense 

Internment Operations 

Land Assurance Fund 

Ontario Bank 

Outstanding Cheques 

IMsoners of War 

Railways and Canals, Suspense 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Special 

Sovereign Bank of Canada 

St. Stephens Bank • 

Unclaimed cheques, C^anadian Government Railways. . . 
Unclaimed dividends re liquidation under the Bank- 
ruptcy Act 

Victory Loan 1917, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Loan 1918, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Loan 1919, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Loans Canvassers Suspense 

York County Loan and Savings Co. (In Liquidation).... 



287 
2 
2 
6 
2 
54 
4 

23, 
11, 
21, 
30, 
6, 
5, 

9, 

11, 

1, 

25, 
103, 
63, 
43, 
1, 
35, 



,340 85 
182 00 
887 23 
549 59 
705 87 
859 82 
591 29 
281 06 
909 25 
225 94 
818 04 
450 56 
044 52 
616 41 
800 00 
717 00 
071 39 
746 12 
708 23 
97'5 68 
288 73 
192 67 
582 21 
749 68 
300 67 
157 48 

869 77 
470 82 
504 65 
560 05 
629 58 
498 93 



SCHBDCLC "P" 

Province AccounU — 

Province of British Columbia Debt Account 

Province of Manitoba Debt Account 

Province of Nova Scotia Debt Account 

Province of New Brunswick Debt Account 

Province of Ontario Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

Province of I'rinco Edward Island Debt Account 

Province of Quebec Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

I^ess — Province of Nova Scotia Suspense Account 

Province of Prince Edward Island Land Account 
Province of Quebec Debt Account 



SCHUDVLB Q 

Mitcellaneous Current AccounU — 

Indian Affairs "Special" 

St. John arid Quebec Railway (Open Accounts). 

Unpaid Del)entures 

Unpaid Warrants 



ScHaovLB "R" 
Funded Debt— 
Payable in Canada — 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia 

Unpaid Warrants, Prince Kdward Island. 

Compensation to Seigneurs 

Compensation to Townships 



Carried forward. 



583,021 40 
3,678,941 20 
1,055,433 64 

529,299 39 
2.848,289 52 

775,791 83 
2,549,213 61 



40, 161 86 

782,402 33 

1,473,609 63 



11,919,990 59 



2,296,173 82 



21,917 57 

64,(92 26 

17,286 04 

81 76 



89,180 16 
549 59 

13,140 lA 
158 00 



52,022 90 



794,286 09 



9,623,816 77 



98,257 OS 



14 



DSPABTMBNT OF FINANCE 
SCMKDULE8 TO BALANCE 8H£Is:T-^-<7<m(ini4ed 



pt«. 



ou 



Ctl. 



Broucht forward 

H(-iiHniti.N "U" ( '.iji/iNKi./ 



Fu- 



imwtck, per nont I/OM DobMtunw 



I'lovih"' <>[ * (tiiuiiii, A |H«r <M«nt IxNUt DolKwturM 
l)()iiiiiiiim Hl«M)k, Innuo a, a iwr («nt 

" li. ;il p««r <Hint. 

" (', 3{ i)or owit 

D«i))on(uro Hionk, * \»r otint, IWltt 

IVI..'iiiiin< St... ! • i-ni Hohool iyiMid»— 

I'liiv iliro I'l , . , . . 

rti>viiii'« ui \i ■ ■ \. 



-hi iw^l. 



1),,Jk -'■■•;■ ^' •■' '■' 

W... 

Don MiKa ('«rtiflo»tM 

Wiir Siiviinj.i iiml 1 liull Sliimim 

DoinlnitMi (>{ Cmitulii Wur Iinui, lUIIV-'JS, 6 per o«nt. 

11)16-31, ft poreent. 

" •' lttl7-37. 5 per oent. 

Victory I/OM 1017, A| ptr ornt, duo 1923 

" " 1027 

« " MI37 



lu.aftooo 

237.580 00 
830,399,880 00 



Victory LoM 191M, A) p«r omi, duo wn 

iitaa. 

Victory liotui 1019, A) per m>nt. duo 1024 
" 1084, 



08,480 00 
^11.010.080 03 



RmmwiU Idomk lBt3. 8| p«r OMt, du» 1087.. 
** " 19S3 

Refundlnc Ixmui lOSS, 8 per cent, duo 1038. 

1943 

i-'>«,.i I .v.,n 1094, 44 por cent, due 1944 

Ill 192A, 41 per oent, due 1940 ....», 

.M 1020, 41 por oent, due 1930 

Ur>(uniUnf l.<iiMl 1930, 4{ per cent, due 1940 

ThrM Yeer Treiuurv VoiM. 4 per oent, due Deo. 1, 19S0 



Lmt PtnkinK ImiiiiU 
Wnr l.mn. IVttt :U 
IUI7 37 
Biaktag Funda C'mIi. 



Ir 



A per ee«t liOM. 1184 (I9(H> :u 



a 
a 

4 



CiUMMliM rMi'llic UntlwHy i^nd linutt Iamuh, 
due July I. »M8 

laaoAo , 

\Us t. 1038 

lao^- I. 1038.... 

ia»4, tiuo.iuiv I, teaa 

1807. due <)rt. I. 1947 , 

1940 00 



Lft Hlnkias Kuntla held on nocount ol— 



34 per cent Ixim 1884 
a|peree«tl.oMt9aiHM>. 
4 p«r ««ilJ<OMi 1940-00. 



o.ooi.wm 00 

A.KNl.OUO UO 
lO.OlA.OOO 00 



130,7(10 00 
440,088,800 00 



SSO.A.'W.A.'SO 00 



74.080 00 
73,338.180 00 



848,800 00 
147,001.100 00 



30,000,000 00 
48.000,000 00 



709., 10U 00 
370.800 00 
390.110 30 



23,467,300 37 

18,080.000 00 
137.088.841 00 

8.071.230 16 
1N.2A0.000 0O 
10.980.000 00 

4.830.188 64 

9a.«aa,oo« oo 



14,084.116 08 

sa.»a8.43i 17 

13.376.800 18 



82,022 00 



000 00 

400 00 

4,000 OO 

20,400 00 

48,666 67 

2,000 00 



30,087,000 00 
200 00 

ii).:uw 00 

14, MA 00 

97,908 00 

43,300 00 

82,031,600 00 

00.166,900 00 



446, (.•->.i,,nhi (H» 

611,076.100 00 

78,390,800 00 



147,340,600 00 
60,000,000 00 
7A, 000. 000 00 



68.000,000 00 
48.000.000 00 



1.838.408.844 87 



1.868.310 88 



311.008.136 39 



80.900.00t 30 



Cerrietl forwiml . 



1,833.830.934 91 



800,708,036 00 
1.084.607.37830 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— CotUinwcd 



15 




Brought forward . 



Ota. 



Ota 



ScHnouui "VL"— Concluded 



Ftndd i>«b*~Conoluded 
PmMtinNtw York- 

5 par cent Bond I^oan 1915-35 

5 per oont Publio Hervioo Loon 1016, duo 1926. 
per cent Public Service LoMt 1916, duo 1031. 



5) per cent Hnnd Loon 1919-29. . 

ft per oont P(.nd Loan 1922-52 

4i per cent Hond Loan 1026-86 

5 per cent two-yoor notes due Aug. 1, 1910. 



SCHIDULI "8" 

Intcreat dur and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interest (Domeetio Ixmuib) 

" (Now York Loans) 

" (London Ixmuib) 

Unpaid Dividend, I'rovince oi Britiwh Columbia 

" Province ot Canada 

" I'rovinoe of New Bninawick 

" Provinoo of Nova Bcotia 

" I'rovince of Prince Edward Island. 
" Dominion Htook 



6,000 00 
25,000,000 00 



874,000 00 



25,005,000 00 
54,677,800 00 
100,000,000 00 
40,000,000 00 
1,000 00 



2.140,610 47 

805,565 25 

44.91.3 71 

33 67 

4.663 18 

1,279 00 

795 80 

867 26 

3,717 33 



I eta. 



2,064.607.97230 



220,457,800 00 



2.305,065,772 30 



3,002,345 66 



iiX'r:^ S'H^ 



■^l,f 



16 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



Amoant 
Authorised 



Amount outstanding 
at March 31. 1929 



Held by 

the 
Pablio 



Held by the 

Minister of 

Finance 



ScHEOULB "V" 

OwannUed Seeuritiea — 
Rttiltcai/ Seeuritif^ Guaranleed as to Principal and Interest — 

1. Canadian Nortliorn Uy. Co., 3 per cent deb. stock 

due 1953. £1,923,287- 0-0 

2. Canadian Northern Ry. Co.. 3J per cent deb. stock 

due 1968. £1 .622.586-19- 9 

3. Canadian N^orthem Ont. Ry. Co., 3| per cent deb. 

stock due 1961, £7,3,')0,0OO- 0-0 

4. Canadian Northern Alta. Ry. Co., 3J per cent deb. 

stock due 1960, £647,260- 5-6 

5. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co.. 3 per cent bonds due 

1962, £14,000,000- 0-0 

6. Canadian Northern Alta. Ry. Co., 3J per cent deb. 

stock due 1962. £733,561-12-10 

7. Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 4 per cent deb. stock 

and bond.s, due 1934 

8. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 4 per cent bonds due 

1962. £3,280,000- 0-0 

9. Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 7 per cent bonds due 

1940 

10. Grand Trunk Ry. Co.. 7 per cent bonds due 1940. 

11. Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 6§ per cent bonds due 

1946 

12. Grand Trunk Ry. Co.. 6 per cent bonds due 1936. 

13. Canadian National Ry. Co., 5 per cent serial equip- 

ment bonds, 1923-38 

14. Canadian National Ry. Co., 5 per cent bonds due 

1954 

15. Canadian National Ry. Co.. 4} per cent bonds due 

1954 

16. Canadian National Ry. Co., 4) per cent bonds due 

1930 

17. Canadian Northern Ry. Co.. 4J per cent bonds due 

1935 

18. Canadian National Ry. Co.. 1927, 2 per cent Guar. 

Deb. Stock, £7,176,801- 0-0 

19. Canadian National Ry. Co.. 4} per cent Gold Bonds 

due 1957 

20. Canadian National Ry. Co., 4) per cent Gold Bonds. 

due 1988 

21. Canadian National Ry. Co., 4} per cent Bond, pay- 

able on demand 



RatltDay Securities GuaranUed as to Interest oaiy — 
22. Grand Trunk Ry. Acquisitioo Guarantees — 

Grand Trunk 4 per cent guar, stock, £12.500,000 . 
Grand Trunk 5 per cent perp. deb. stock. £4.270,375 
Great Western 5 per cent perp. deb. stock, £2.723.- 

Grand Trunk 4 per cent perp.deb. stock. £24.624,465. 

Northern Ry. of Canada, 4 per cent perp. deb 

■toek, £308,215 



Otim Seeuritiet OmnnUei «• to Principal ani Inltrtat— 
n. The HartMor Commiwioiww of Montreal, Montreal 
RoQth Rhon Bridge 4} per oent Bond, payable on 

demand 

24. The Harboar CommiMJoneri of Montreal, Montreal 
Soath Shore Bridge 4| per cent Bond, payable on 



S cts. 

9.369.996 72 

7,896.590 00 
35,770.000 00 

3,150.000 00 
68,040,000 00 

3,569.999 98 

45.000.000 00 

15.940.800 00 

25.000.000 00 
25,000,000 00 

25.000.000 00 
26.000,000 00 

22,500.000 00 

50,000,000 00 

26.000.000 00 

18,000.000 00 

17.000.000 00 

34,927.098 20 

66.000,000 00 

35.000,000 00 

23.500.000 00 



$ cts. 

9.369,996 72 
7.896.565 00 

34,229.996 87 
3.149,998 66 

34.992.U0O 00 



cts. 



580.664,484 90 



60.833,333 33 
20.782.491 67 

13.262.322 67 
119.839.014 33 

1.499,979 67 



216.207,141 67 



4.000.000 00 



4.000.000 00 



17.060.333 33 

8.440.848 00 

• 
24,793,000 00 
24.743.000 00 

25,000,000 00 
25,000,000 00 

14.260,000 00 

50.000.000 00 

26,000.000 00 

18,000,000 00 

17.000.000 00 

32.793.770 53 

66.000,000 00 

36,000.000 00 



1,.S40.003 13 

33.018.000 00 
3.569.996 86 

12.500.000 00 
7.499.952 00 



472.709.509 11 



60.833.333 33 
20.782.491 67 

13,252.322 67 
119,839.014 33 

1.499.979 67 



216.207,141 67 



4.000.000 00 



4.000.000 



Carried forward I 8.000.000 001 8.000,000 



58.157,961 99 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



17 



Amount 
Authorized 



Amount outstanding 
at March 31, 1929 



Held by 

the 

Public 



Held by the 

Minister of 

Finance 



Brought forward 

Schedule "V" — Concluded 



-Con- 



Olher Secwritiet Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest 
eluded 

25. The Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, Montreal 
South Shore Bridge 4| per cent Bond, payable on 

demand 

The Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, Montreal 
South Shore Bridge SJ per cent Bond, payable on 
demand 

Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships, Ltd., 
4i per cent Temporary Bond, payable on demand 
not later than Dec. 31, 1929 

28. St. John Harbour Commission — Bonded indebted 
ness of the City of St. John assumed by the Com- 
mission 

29. Debentures of the Commission issued to the City of 
St. John 

30. Harbour Commissioners, New Westminster 4} per 
cent debentures due 1948 



26. 



27. 



8,000,000 00 



4,000,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

10,000,000 00 

1,467,164 96 
667,953 04 
700,000 00 



8,000,000 00 



4,000,000 00 

2,520,000 00 

7,936,486 01 

1,467,164 96 
667,953 04 
700,000 00 



29,835,118 00 



25,291,604 01 



* Pending issue of guaranteed Securities, $22,748,109.60 was outstanding in the form of bank loans. 



18 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29 



Ct8. 



Ct« 



eta. 



ScBKOuue No. 1 
AgrieuUwe — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



783,878 42 
139,250 97 



Agricultural Produce Marketing Agent in Great Britain 

ABsistance in providing pre-cooling warehouse facilities 
for fruit in IJritish Columbia 

Branch of Kntomology 

Cold Storage Warehouses 

Compensation for Animals tested under the Animal 
Contagious Diseases Act, and dying before it was 
possible to slaughter them, under the provisions of 
the Act 

Compensation for slaughtered cattle — Governor General's 
Warrant 

Dairying, includbg grant of $5,000 to the National Dairy 
Council 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act 

Kxperimental Farms 

Exporiment8 in the dehydration of fruits and vnratables. 

Fruit Branch, including grant of $8,000 to the Canadian 
Horticultural Council 

Grant to the Department of Agriculture, Province of 
New Brunswick 

Grant to the Department of Agriculture, Province of 
Nova Scotia _ 

Health of Animals, Administration of the Animal Con- 
tagious Diseases Act and Meat and Canned Foods 
Act and ncoessarj' buildinps 

International Institute of Agriiulture 

Live Stock, including grants to Exhibitions, Feeder 
Shows, etc 

Publications Branch 

Seed, Feed and Fertilizer Control, including grants to 
Seed Fairs, etc 

World's Poultry Congress 



Uiaeellaneotui — 
Gratuities.. 



ScHXDUUt No. 2 
Finance — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Inspector General of Banks. 



Lieutenant Governors' Salaries (Appendix No. 6).. . . 

Cluu^es <4 Management (Appendix No. 8) 

Premium, Discount and Exchange (Appendix No. 9). 
Superannuation (Appendix No. 10) — 

No. 1 Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement 
Act. 1870. Chap. 17, R.S. 1906 

No. 3 Print ing Bureau 

No. 4 Public Service Retirement Act of 1020 

No. 8 Civil Servants Widows' Annuities Act, 1027 

Mineellaneoma— 

( >ttawa Branch ot the Royal Mint 

Gratuities 

Board of Audit 



ImUrtti on PMie Debt (Appendvi A'o. 7}— 

Fnaded Debt Payable in I^ondon 

Fnaded Debt Payable in Canada 

FvMled Debt Payable in New York 

Temporaiy Loaas 

SaTiiiga Baaks 

laesnuiot sad Superannuation Funds 

Tnsrt Fads 

Bank CireuUtioa Redemption Fund ■ 



13,441 39 

5,000 00 
24,902 27 
13,334 70 



1,770 99 

99.733 45 

263,035 85 

507,500 50 

1,887,037 30 

9,964 26. 

271,046 51 

5,000 00 

20,000 00 



2,258.158 67 
12,463 10 

1,387,506 11 
22,403 91 

374.177 33 
25,000 00 



405.392 31 
39,516 10 
19,538 37 



577.661 23 

17,791 53 

671,611 42 

140,569 91 



100,181 46 

350 00 

60,851 71 



Carried forward . 



923, 129 39 



7,201,566 34 
3,210 00 



464,446 78 
80.677 37 

923.362 65 
67.254 10 



1,407,634 00 



260,383 17 



11,142,780 02 

08,148,055 08 

11.396,571 78 

8.068 49 

883,305 92 

2.339,310 82 

804,302 35 

177.566 73 



8,127,905 73 



3,203,758 16 



124,089.950 19 



128,193.706 35 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

^SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Con<tnt««d 



cts. 



Ct8. 



cte. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 2 — Concluded 



128,193,708 35 



SubMdies to Provinces — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

Quebec 

^iskatchewan 



SCHXDULE No. 3 

Immigration and Colonisation— 

Civil Government — Salaries. .... . . 

Contingencies. 



286.382 40 
35. (M2 40 



Salaries. 

Contingencies 

Chinese Immigration — Salaries and Contingencies. 

Krapire Settlement Scheme 

Relief of Distressed Canadians abroad 

Replacement erf Tnist Funds misappropriated 

St. John Immigration Buildings 



863,840 19 

1,067,066 13 

63,701 82 

616,990 00 

1,197 84 

1,632 08 

17,538 70 



M iscellaneou»— 
Gratuities — 



ScHXOUUt No. 4 
Indian Affwn — 

Civil Government — Salaries. ...... 

Contingencies. 



170,500 97 
19,909 90 



British Columbia 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Terri- 
tories 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario and Quebec 

Ontario and Quebec — Claim of Cayuga Indians 

Prince Edward Island 

Yukon 



I 



General 

Annuities 

Indian Education. 

MiKcUaneoiu — 
Gratuities 



468.122 35 

927,648 56 
67,820 62 
82,943 17 

337.024 83 

28.078 20 

6,243 06 

16,506 62 

231,361 81 

217.231 00 
2.215,411 



SCHBDITU No. 5 

Interior — 

Civil Govemmmit— Salaries. 

Contingencies 

Dominion Landa and Parka — 

Salaries o( the Outside Ssrvioe 

Contingencies 

Canadian National Parks 

Compassionate allowance to Mrs. E. 8. Forbss. 

Compass i on a te allowance to 8. Knutsoo 

Claim of C. B. Jameson re coal mming rights. . 
Costs of litigation and legal expenses 



1,418.548 36 
82,861 33 



624.411 40 

206.440 60 

1,344.0H'J 60 

1,050 00 

600 00 

3.239 91 

9.970 81 



1,657, 
738, 

1.500, 
666, 
661, 

2.642, 
381, 

2.256, 

2,047, 



188 60 
816 66 
213 76 
765 76 
841 28 
611 68 
931 88 
419 88 
935 00 



12,553,724 50 



140,747,432 85 



321,424 80 



2,631,966 76 
2,453 33 



2,955.844 89 



190.410 87 



4,598,292 20 
800 00 



4,789,503 07 



1,601,409 69 



Carried forward . 



I887&-31 



2,189.702 32 1.M1.409 W 



20 DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Conhnued 



cts. 



cts. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

ScBrovu No. 5 — Concluded 

DomimoH I^ands and Pcrka — Concluded 

F«e0 and contingent exponses of the Board of Examiners 
for Dominion Lan<! Surveys 

Grant to Alpine Club of ( 'anada 

Grant to Canadian ForoHtry Association 

Intematiooai and Boundary Waterways — Professional 
assistance to advise Departmental Officers 

Lake of the Woods Control Hoard 

Lake of the Woods Control Board — Lac 8eul Conserva- 
tion Act 

Manitoba Natural Resources Inquiry — Governor Gen- 
eral's Warrant 

Migratorj' Birds Convention Act 

Ordnance Lands — Salaries and expenses 

Protection of Timber 

Fublications, including Maps 

Salaries and Kxpenses in connection with Seed Grain and 
relief collections 

Supervisory Mining Kngineer's Office — Expenses 

The Dominion Covemment's share of freight charges in 
connection with removal of settlers from drought 
stricken areas 

Transfer of Buffalo 

To pay damages and costs pursuant to the judgment of 
the Honourable Mr. Justice Mac Lean re estate of E. H. 
Maunsell el al vs. The Crown 

Water and Power investigations 

Exchequer Court Award re Kootenay Park 



Scientific Inttitutiont — 

Dominion Observatory at Ottawa 

Dominion Observatory at Victoria, B.C 

Geodetic Survey of Canada 

Geodetic Survey, International Boundaries 

Topographical and General Surveys 

To compensate the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario 
Railway in connection with their claim for injury to 
John Hcdin 



Oovernmenl of the Northwett Territoriea — 

Administration of Eskimo Afifairs 

Administration of the Territoriea 

Explorations 



Ootemment of the Yukon Territory — 

Administration of the Territory 

Grant to Local Council 

Grant for maintenance and construction of roads. 

MiteeOaneout — 
Ontaiticfl 



2,189,702 32 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,000 00 

14,418 46 
7,130 15 

357,906 91 

16,294 52 

58,436 71 

26,867 09 

1,476.829 79 

233,120 92 

47, 154 57 
10,552 28 



782 00 
10,201 60 



40.000 00 

471,640 25 

18,922 26 



SCBBDCLB No. 6 
/MtiM— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingenciea. 



8u 



Cowrt— 



■praifM C 
SaUriea. 
CoatinfMeiaa. . . 

Etektqtur Court— 
SBltfiaa. 



Coiitinfeneiea 

TraTeUint nllowancea— Admiralty Judgea., 

Chrriad forward 



55, 146 49 
20,953 75 

264,846 52 
37,582 41 

414,824 80 



240 00 



41,266 17 

198,940 40 

77,518 06 



66,181 44 
45,000 00 
73,000 00 



87,000 00 
24,218 77 



24,399 96 

9,204 28 

4«00i 



1,501.400 69 



4,986,961 83 



793,593 97 

317,724 63 

184,181 44 
3,190 00 



7,787.061 56 



265,917 00 
37. 107 51 



808.024 51 



111,218 77 



83.650 24 



144,809 01 



303.024 51 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 21 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Continued 



eta. 



I cts. 



I eta. 



Brought forward. 



ScHEDUU No. 6 — Continued 



Jmatiee — Continued — 
Alberla— 

Supreme Court 

District Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

British Columbia — 

Court ot Appeal 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Travelling allowances. 



Manitoba — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 



New Brunsicick — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce 

Travelling Allowances. 

N^ova Scotia — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce 

Travelling Allowances. 



Ontario — 

Court of Appeal 

High Court Division. . 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

Prince Edvoard Island — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 



QuAec— 
Court of King's Bench. 

Superior Court 

Travelling Allowances. 

SasiatchevDan — 

Court ot Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

District Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 



Yukon Territoru — 

Salaries and Expenses 

If iscellaneoua 

Living allowance for Judge of Atlin Dlstriot, B.C 

Travelling and living eipenaee of Judges of Manitoulin 
and Algoma Distriets while acting in Sudbury Dis- 
trict 

Remuneration to Herbert D. Smith while acting as 
Deputy Judge of the C'ounty Court of Kent County 
since the death of Judge Stanworth 



100,806 44 
59.538 61 
28,952 35 



46.000 00 
54.569 86 
70,000 00 
19.859 04 



46.000 00 

55,000 00 

49.798 39 

6,284 25 



27,250 00 
37.000 00 
30.000 00 
500 00 
10.312 20 



60,249 99 

34,652 70 

1,809 09 

6,809 17 



47,275 00 
114.200 00 
324.932 23 

39,232 33 



28.000 00 

15.000 00 

745 40 



109,000 00 

345.874 71 

33.754 84 



37,000 00 
73,000 00 
89,999 92 
18.453 98 



144.866 01 



303.024 51 



189,297 40 



190,428 90 



157.082 64 



105.062 20 



103.520 95 



525,639 56 



43.745 40 



488,629 55 



218.453 90 

18,970 11 
9.800 11 
1.200 00 



3.500 00 
3.000 00 



Carried forward. 



2.203.108 71 
2.50».S33 U 



22 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1Q28-29— Continued 



CtB. 



cts. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

ScHBDULB No. 6 — Concluded 



/iMfioe— Concluded 
Ptmlenliariea — 

Albert* 

British Columbi*. . . 

Dorchester 

Kingston 

Manitoba 

Faskatchcwan 

St. Vincent de Paul . 
General 



yiDceUaneout — 

Bankruptcy Act — Administration 

Canadian Law Library, London, England 

Expenses of ligitated matters conducted within the 

Department of Justice 

Judicial Committee of the Privy Council 

Dominion Statute* — Revision 

Expenses of reference to Supreme Court <rf Canada re 

water powers 

Gratuities 



SCHBDCU No. 7 
Labour — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Act respecting Annuities — Administration 

Combines InvcKtigation Act 

Conciliation and Labour Act 

Employment Offices Co-ordination Act (Administra- 
tion) 

Employment Offices Co-ordination Act (under statute) 

Fair Wages and Inspection Officers 

Industrial Disputes Investigation Act. 

International Labour Conference 

Joint Industrial ( 'ouncils 

Old Age I'cnsion Act — Administration 

Old Age Pension Act — under statute 

Technical Education Act — Administration 

Technical Education Act — under statute 



ScHBDX7Ui No. 8 
6«i;i<^ioii — 

Senate 

Hooae of Commons 

Library — Salaries 

C'ontingencies 

Books Tor General Library 

Books for Library o( American Histoi y 

Printing reports 

Printing of Parliament 

Elections 

Refund of the deposit oi Charles Henry Gauvreau, 
candidate in Athabaska at the General Election 
of 1»26 



226,657 44 
19,610 71 



65,000 00 
28.703 73 
50,000 00 

12,115 59 

150.000 00 

7,000 00 

20,000 00 

20,000 00 

3,000 00 

5,000 00 

832,686 78 

4,000 00 

1.152,165 26 



MiaetUantmu— 

Chk( Elerioral Officer, salary 

Office of the ( hief Electoral Officer 

CcMnpassionate allowance to widow of the late Thoe. B. 

Flint 

Gratuities. . . . 



539,235 13 

1,581,713 39 

43.810 00 

10,266 36 

17,999 06 

066 67 

734 24 

69,063 52 

62,464 06 



200 00 



6,000 00 
6.7»7 75 

500 00 
544 60 



2,506,233 24 



2,894 04 
253.380 43 
259,921 94 
434,899 99 
240,623 68 
208,287 66 
407,316 17 
330 93 



1,807,654 84 



696 36 
357 76 

78.240 10 

2.000 00 

14,972 33 

30,000 00 
7,746 66 



134.013 21 



4.447.901 29 



246,268 15 



2.349,671 36 



2,695,939 51 



2.326.462 47 



13,842 25 



2.340.304 72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Continued 



I 



cts. 



Ctfl 



Ct8. 



SCHKOUU No. 9 



Marine and Fisheries— 
Civil Govemment- 



-Salaries 

Contingencies: Marine Branch 

Contingencies: Fisheries Branch. 



Ocean and Hirer Service — 

Dominion Steamers and Icebreakers 

Establishment of a Patrol Service to investigate con- 
ditions of navigation in Hudson Strait and Hudson 
Bay 

Examination of Masters and Mates 

Hydrographic, Tidal and Current Survey 

Inspection of Live Stock shipments 

Commission to enquire into Radio Broadcasting situa- 
tion 

Investigation into wrecks 

Life Saving Service 

Radio .Service — General improvement of reception con- 
ditions to licensed broadcast listeners 

Radiotelegraph ."^rvice 

Registration of shipping 

Relief of distressed seamen 

Removal of obstructions in navigable waters 

Schools of navigation 

Subsidies for WTecking plants 

Miscellaneous and unforeseen expenses 

Compassionate allowance to Alfred Callow 

Compassionate allowance to J. B. Fontigny 

Compassionate allowance to Joseph Lemay 

Construction of an Icebreaker for Hudson Strait 



Lighthouse and Coast Service — 

Administration of Pilotage 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Allowance to Harbour Master at Amherstburg 

Breaking ice in Thunder Bay, Lake Superior and other 

points 

Compassionate allowance to John Davidson 

Compassionate allowance to Louis Madore 

Construction of lights and aids to navigation 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses 

[aintenanoc and repairs to wharves 

Pensions to retired pilots 

Salaries and allowances to lightkeepers 

Signal Service 



Piakeriet — 

Building fish ways and clearing rivers 

Conservation and development of deep sea fisheries and 

the demand for fish 

Fish culture 

Fisheries Intelligence Bureau 

Fishing Bounty 

Inapection of canned and pickled fish 

iBTestigation into the life history of the Pacific halibut. 

Local and incidental expenses 

Marine Biological Board of Canada 

Oyster culture 

Payment of a bounty for the destruction of hair seals in 

tidal waters 

Salaries and disbursements of Fishery Officers and 

Guardians, Fisheries Patrol and Fisheries Tro- 

tection Service 



SdmtiM Institutions — 
Meteorological Service. 



Stmtmboai Intpection. 

Carried forward. 



503, 147 29 
54,788 62 
24,968 85 



1,649,336 48 



289,463 97 

19.999 76 

386.739 07 

3,643 73 

24.946 14 

4,921 40 

53.379 63 

166,775 89 

710,057 76 

2.161 71 

2.384 57 

1.095 40 

7,815 82 

45.000 00 

4.966 01 

1.497 85 

3.050 00 

777 00 

305.243 33 



141.657 35 

223,280 33 

600 00 

30,000 00 

500 00 

250 00 

683,011 80 

889,222 76 

6.a57 33 

9,550 00 

718.776 75 

109,993 63 



19,275 46 

113,582 73 

434,471 58 

743 42 

151.411 20 

28,060 67 

36.419 29 

5,203 95 

200,100 00 

9,921 34 

24,997 00 



949.922 70 



582.904 76 



3.683.255 55 



2,812,899 95 



1.974,118 34 
287,906 21 
141.485 89 



9.482,572 201 



34 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 192S-29— Continued 



et8. 



CtB. 



Ct«. 



Brought forward 

ScHBOULi No. 9 — Concluded 



Marine and Fuheriea — C'oncludtd 

MitcellaneouB — 

Repayment to the insurance adjusters of the proceeds 

from a sale of carKO which was washed ashore from 

the steamer Brockton and disposed of to the credit 

of the Receiver General 

Gratuities 



SCHBDULK No. 10 

Mimea— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Geolooical Surrej/ — 
Kxploration.s, surveys and investigations. 

Publif-ations of reports, etc 

Maintenance of offices and museum, etc.. 

Museum equipment 

Purchase of specimens 



Minea Branch — 

Compensation to J. H. Fortune, caretaker of Mines 
Branch Building 

Investigation of mineral resources, ore deposits, etc... 

C^mntion of Peat Bog at Alfred, Ontario 

Organization and equipment of Explosives Division. . 

Publication of reports, etc 

Payment of expenses in connection with the movement 
of coal from Alberta to Ontario and from Nova 
Scotia and New Brunswick to Quebec and Ontario 

Transportation charges on ore shipments 

Dominion of Canada Assay Office — Maintenance 



Miscellaneoua — 
Grant to the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 

Grant to the Imperial Institute 

Gratuities 



SCUBDUU No. 11 
National Defence — 

Chril Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. , 



MUUia Servieea — 

Administration 

Aid to Civil Power 

Cadst Services. 

Contincsneies 

EngJBiwii Sw v iues and Works. . . 

Ocneiml stores 

Mamfactoring Establishments.. 
NoD-Permaiient Active Militia. 

Pcrmaaeut Force 

Boyal Military College 

Topographical Survey 

Tnuiqtort and freight 



2,473 73 
3,074 47 



204,939 97 

49,936 71 

57,975 25 

14,610 35 

2,290 00 



400 00 

199,581 18 

45,024 12 

11,999 99 

44,706 50 



23,318 27 

637 50 

23,749 82 



304 

499 

39 

828 

887 

586 

2,314 

4,951 

372 

44 

214 



367 00 
6 80 
,079 47 
003 64 
584 65 
,827 67 
,935 76 
821 04 
,524 30 
,101 11 
,988 34 
,693 97 



NomI Sa rrif 
Maiatsaaaee.. 



9,482,572 20 



5,548 20 



9,488.120 40 



570,903 62 
6,416 85 



577,320 47 



329,761 37 



349,417 38 



3,000 00 

12,848 00 

230 00 



679. 178 75 



16,078 00 



1.272,677 22 



715,631 14 
69,816 30 



776.447 44 



11,044.333 65 
1.836,487 66 



Carried forward. 



12,880,821 30 776,447 44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Coniinucd 



ct«. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 11 — Concluded 

Natioiul Defence — Concluded 
Air Services — 
Royal Canadian Air Force — Maintenance, operation and 

training 

Civil Air Operations — Flying operations for other Gov- 
ernment Departments, control of civil aviation and 
establishment of air routes, airship bases, etc 



12,880,821 30 



775,447 44 



1,697,653 23 



3,342,851 81 



General Services — 

Civil Pensions 

Construction of magazine, Halifax 

Compassionate grant to widow of late Alex. MacConnell 

Compassionate grant to Paul Andrews 

Compassionate grant to Joseph Henr>' Welch 



1,415 42 

99,819 64 

900 00 

500 00 

100 00 



5,040,505 04 



102,735 06 



Government of Northwest Territories — 
Mackenzie Basin System — Radio Services. 



MisceUaneou* — 

Battlefields Memorials 

Imperial War Graves Commission. 

Gratuities 



160,872 83 

573,697 89 

1,405 66 



18,024,061 40 
138,715 40 



735,976 38 



SCHKDTTLE No. 12 

National Revenue — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



19.674,200 02 



621,148 92 
28,369 75 



Salaries and Contingencies 

Inspectors, preventive service and Bc^rd of Customs 

Maintenance of revenue cruisers and preventive service. . 

Miscellaneous 

Secret preventive service 

Administration of the Business Profits War Tax Act, 
1916, and the Income War Tax Act, 1917, and amend- 
ments 

Rent is8ion of Excise Tax paid on automobiles remaining 
in the hands of dealers and unsold at the time when 
such tax was repealed 

Payments to Messrs. Clarkaon, Gordon, Diiworth, Guil- 
foyle and Nash for services in connection with the 
investigation and prosecution of breweries 

Compassionate allowance to widow of — 

C. E. Macdonald 

Wm. G. Hughes 

Turner Ingalls 

Exchequer Court Award — Seizure of schooner Nellie J. 
Banks 

Gratuities in lieu of leave on retirement 



7,229.645 61 

1,007,689 76 

1,650,133 38 

590.781 56 

54,810 67 



2,124,910 37 



150,256 78 



15,000 00 

500 00 
500 00 
600 00 

6.250 00 
36,782 19 



649,518 67 



Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities.... 



12.876,760 32 
16.155 59 



13.642.434 68 



SCBBDULX No. 13 
PsiMtOlM — 

Jud^ 

Militiamen, Rebellion of 1885 and generally. . .-> 

Militia Pensions Act of 1901 

Pensions payable to Mounted Police, Prince Albert 
Volunteers and Police Scouts on account of the Rebel- 
lion of 1886 



Carried forward. 



201,771 49 

29,653 41 

873.123 74 



897 66 

1.105.44« 19 



M DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULED OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Cowftnued 



ct«. 



cto. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

ScHBDULK No. 13 — Concluded 

Pentiona — Concluded 

Annuity to the Right Honourable W. S. Fielding. 

Annuity to Dr. F. G. Banting 

Annuity to Dr. Charles E. Saunders 

Annuity to Robinson Rus.soll Farrow 

Annuity to Dougald Carmichael 



Civil Flying 

European War and Active Militia 

Salaries of the Board of Pension Cmnmissioners 

Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada — Salaries 

and Contingencies 

Mounted Police (Statutory) 

Salaries— C'hairman and four members of the Federal 

Appeal Board 
Pensions to families of members of I he Force who lost 

their lives whilst on duty 
Pensions to — 

The unmarried sister of the late Col. Harry Baker, 
M.P 

J. I^nglois Bell 

Captain J. E. Bemier... 

Mrs. Jean Laird Farrell 

James Elliott 

Mrs. Violet L. Jenkin... 

Mrs. Alice Joynson 

Mrs. Wm. McDougall.. 

Alice Morson Smith 

J. L. Weller 

Mrs. Beatrice Williams, 



SCHUICLI No. 
PoMt Ogiee— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



14 



1,292,414 10 
156,118 65 



Salaries and Allowances. 

Mail Service 

Misrellaneous 

Yukon Territory 



Mueellaneoiu — 
Gratuities 



ScHU>m.B No. 15 
PuHie Worlu— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

CoHstrurlion, \fninUnance, Repaira, etc. (Amxindix No. 11) 

I'ublif Buildings 

HartxMjra and Rivers 

Dredging 

Roads and Bridges 

Tdhpvph and Telephone Lines 

Miaoellaneoos. 

Sabridies to Dry Docks 

CoUiKlwH of Revenue (Appendix No. 11) — 

Sundry Works 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 

ViaeeUmuxma— 
Gratuitiea 



17,166.588 76 

15,007,540 14 

1,159,762 11 

149, 167 49 



657.745 72 
74.580 31 



9,a50.386 7.3 

4,801,408 19 

1,450.332 70 

36.284 36 

170.308 83 

905.012 33 

888.921 34 



216.400 14 
723.579 18 



1.106.440 19 



10,000 00 

8.125 00 

5.000 00 

2.853 53 

499 92 

249 00 

047.757 21 

18.999 90 



40 



90,319 73 
146,915 01 

34.741 94 

4,402 31 



699 96 
600 00 

2,400 00 
550 00 
672 00 
600 00 
499 92 

1,300 00 
600 00 

3.500 00 
600 00 



1.448,533 05 



33.483, 0.S8 50 
17.958 25 



732.320 03 



17.0a3.254 48 

939,WS32 
9.390 42 



41,487,322 68 



34.949,549 80 



18.684,902 25 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 27 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 192S-29— Continued 



cts. 



Ct8. 



Cts. 



SCHBDDLK No. 16 

Railways and Canals — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Chargeable to Income — 
Canals — 

Bakers Dam — Improvements 

Carillon-Grenville — Improvements 

Lachine — Improvements 

Port Colborne Elevator — Improvements 

SoulanRes — Improvements 

St. Anne's Lock — Improvements 

Ontario — St. Lawrence Canals — Improvements. 

Trent Canal — Improvements 

Welland Canal — Improvements 

Surveys and Inspections — Canals 



25,606 59 
3,083 06 

66,131 94 

23,563 95 
6,822 84 
5,796 36 

15.884 94 
124,806 10 

22.421 53 
6. 174 44 



Railways — 
Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada — 

Salaries — Statutory 

Maintenance and operation 

Governor General's Cars — Repairs, etc 

Supplement to Pension allowance payable under the 

provisions of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward 

Island Railway Employees Pnivident Fund 



49,542 97 

284,448 12 

2,399 60 



36,360 15 



Maritime Freight Rates Act, 1927 — 

Difference between tariff tolls and the normal tolls on 
all traffic movefl durinK 1928 

Canadian National Railway C'ompany, deficit in receipts 
and revenues of the Eastern Lines during 1928. ..... 

Canadian National Railway Company, deficit in receipts 
and revenues of the Eastern Lines, as defined in the 
Maritime Freight Rates Act, during 1928, less the 
portion of such deficit occurring on account of the 
application of the said Act 



828,893 16 
1,930,000 00 

4,418,644 50 



Miscellaneous — 

Printing and Stationery 

CJovernment Employees Compensation Act 

Miscellaneous Services, including salaries and expenses of 

experts employed temporarily 

Compassionate allowance to widow of late Charles 

Hilden 



5,120 02 
402,251 81 

36,961 45 

3,000 00 



Chargeable to Collection of Revenue — 
Canals — 

Staff and repairs 

Miscellaneous — 
St. Lawrence Ship Canal, surveys and investigations 

including the Canadian National Advisory Council 
Gratuities 



270, 150 46 
38.407 40 



306,557 86 



300.291 75 



372.750 84 



7,177,537 66 



447,333 28 



30,272 15 
5.871 59 



8.297,913 53 
2,405.272 18 

36. 143 74 



ScacDULB No. 17 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

r»y of Force 

Subsistence, billeting and travelling expenses, forage, fuel. 

light, etc ._. 

Compensation to members of the Force for injuries 

received whilst in the performance of duty 

Carried forward 



11,047.887 31 



40.322 67 
6,569 83 



1.092.330 80 

1,421,435 19 

8,047 54 



46.892 50 



2.521.813 53 



46. SOS 50 



28 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1928-29— Continued 



eta. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

ScHEDULB No. 17 — Concluded 



Royal Canadian Mounted Police — Concluded 

Knforcement of the Federal Statutes 

Special services re enforcement of the Opium and Nar- 
cotic Drug Act 



Miscellaneous — 

Grant to the Chief Constables Association of Canada. . . 
To aasist in the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic. 



ScHEDULB No. 18 

Pensions and National Health — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Care of patients and medical examination of pensioners. . 

Employers' Liability Compensation 

Federal Appeal Board and District Boards of Review. . 

Interest on Funds 

Operating expenses and working capital 

Pay and allowances 

Salaries — Administrative, cleric&l, dental, technical, etc 

Sheltered employment 

Unemployment relief 

Vo<^ational Loans 

Grant to the Dominion Executive Council of the Cana- 
dian Legion, British Empire Service League 

Health— 
Administration of the Acta respecting Food and Drugs, 
Maple Products, Opium and Narcotic Drugs and 

Proprietary or J'atent Medicines 

Immigration >!'edical Inspection 

Laboratory of Hygiene 

Marine Hospitals 

Quarantine 

Pollution of Inland Waters 

Venereal Diseases 

Miscellaneous — 

CanwJian Social Hygiene Council 

Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene 

Canadian Council on Child Welfare 

Canadian Tuberculosis Association 

Canadian Dental Hygiene Council 

Gratuities 



SCHBDULB No. 19 

Soldier and General Land Settlement— 

AdministrattoD, Soldier I>and Settlement.. 
Administration, General Land Settlement. 



2,521,813 53 

46,054 57 
32.657 00 



500 00 
4 00 



206. 
59, 



822 35 
822 20 



2,441 

19 

123 

10 

271 

1.814 

2.672 

158 

378 



268 49 
672 04 
780 56 
557 59 
052 46 
326 32 
785 27 
790 92 
987 86 
735 96 



10,000 00 



129,999 95 

268, 147 41 

4,956 44 

209,999 80 

200.000 00 

11,993 72 

98,905 20 



20,000 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 
25.000 00 
5.000 00 
4,097 76 



SCHBDCU No. 20 

Trade and Commerce — 

Civil Government — Salariea 

ContinceiMiM. . 



British and Foreign News Service 

Canada Grain Act— AdminifltTation 

Canadian Government Mott(Mi Picture Buraui. 
Conmercial Intelligence Senrioe 



Carried forward. 



32.000 00 

1.856.202 06 

49.943 63 

405. 183 92 

2,433.329 61 



46,892 50 



2,600,525 10 



504 00 



2,647.921 60 



266,644 55 



7.901,957 47 



924,002 &2 



84,097 76 



80l2.fi04 90 
889,366 65 



613,476 27 
29,899 15 



9.176.702 30 



1.441.950 66 



643. S74 43 



643.374 41 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 192S-29— Continued 



eta. 



eta. 



cto. 



Brought forward 

Schedule Kg. 20 — Continued 

Trade and Commerce — Continurd 

Copper Bounties Act — Administration 

Dominion liurcau of Statistics.. 

Elevators — Management, operation and maintenance. . . 

Elevators — Equipment 

Electricity and Fluid Exportation Act — Administration 

Exhibitions — Salaries and contingencies 

Exhibition Building, London, England 

Gas and Electricity Inspection 

Gold and Silver M'arking Act — Administration 

Honorary Advisory Council for Industrial and Scientific 

Research 

International Customs Tariffs Bureau 

Printing of Parliamentary and Departmental Publica- 
tions 

Publicity and Advertising in Canada 

Publicity and Advertising ifl the British Empire 

Weights and Measures Inspection 

Bounties — 

Copper Bars 

Hemp 



Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions — 
Atlantic Ocean — 

Canada and South Africa 

Eastern Canada and Brazil, Uruguay and the Argen- 
tine Republic 



Pacific Ocean — 

Canada and New Zealand 

Prince Rupert, B.C., and Queen Charlotte Island. . . . 

Victoria, Vancouver, wayports and Skagway 

Victoria and West Coast of Vancouver Island 

Vancouver and Northern Ports of British Columbia. 

Vancouver and Ports on Howe Sound 

Vancouver and the British West Indies 



Local Services — 

Baddeck and lona 

Charlottetown and Pictou 

Charlottetown, Victoria and Halliday's Whari 

Dalhousie, N.B., and (^arleton. Que 

Grand Manan and the Mainland 

Halifax, Canso and Guysboro 

Halifax, La Have and La Have River Ports 

Halifax, Spry Bay and Cape Breton Porta 

Halifax and Bay St. Lawrence 

Halifax, South Cape Breton and Braa d'Or Lake Porta 

Halifax and Shcrbrooke 

Halifax and West Coast Cape Breton 

Mainland and Islands of Miscou and Shippegan 

Mulgrave, Arichat and Petit de Grat 

Mulgrave and ( 'anso 

Mulgrave and Guysboro 

Murray Bay, Havre St. Pierre and other porta on 

north shore of the St. Lawrence River 

Newcaatle, Neguac and Escuminac 

Parrsboro, Kingsport and Wolfville 

Pelee Island and the Mainland « • • 

Pictou, Mulgrave an<l ( 'heticamp 

Pictou, Souris and the Magdalen Islands 

Pictou, Newcastle and Antigonish County Porta. . . 
Port Mul^ve, St. Peter's, Irish (Jove and Marble 

Mountain 



2,433 329 61 



250 00 

129,694 75 

430,384 38 

16,056 35 

283 81 

295,038 32 

70,729 42 

203,827 51 

4,919 29 

299,745 68 
665 52 

114,542 25 

49,890 80 

100,000 00 

326,773 18 



68.864 40 
10.425 70 



124,999 92 
100,000 00 



103.183 25 
21,000 00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 
24,800 00 
5,000 00 
27,000 00 



10,500 00 

35,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 

20,000 00 

9,000 00 

5,538 47 

6,000 00 

2,400 00 

5,000 00 

1,500 00 

6,000 00 

2,000 00 

12.868 2ft 

27.400 00 

14.000 00 

82.900 00 

4,500 00 

6,000 00 

10.099 98 

11.000 00 

fiO.OOO 00 

1,000 00 

10,350 00 



543.374 42 



4.476.130 87 



79,290 10 



4.&55.420 97 



224.999 92 



220,983 25 



Carried forward. 



390.956 70 



445,088 17( ft,096,796 89 



m DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1^2^-20— Continued 



Brought forward 

ScHXOULB No. 20 — Concluded 

Trade and Commerce — Concluded 
Mail Subsidiea and Steamship Subventions — Concluded 
Local 5«r«c««— Concluded 

Quebec, Natashquan and Harrington 

Quebec or Montreal and Gaspe 

Rimouski and Pointc auz Outardes 

Riviere du Loup and Tadoussac and other north shore 
ports 

St. Catherine's Bay and Tadoussac 

St. John and Bear River 

St. John and Bridgetown 

St. John and Digby 

St. John, Digby, Annapolis and Granville 

St. John, Margaretville and other liay of Fundy ports 

St. John and .St. Andrews 

St. John, Westport and Yarmouth 

St. John and Minas Basin ports 

St. John and Weymouth 

St. John and Centreville 

Summerville, Burlington and Windsor 

Sydney and Bras d'Or I^ke ports 

Sydney and Bay St. Lawrence 

Sydney and Whycocomagh 

Trois Pistoles and Les Escoumains 

Grant to the Province of British Columbia for the 
improvement of the Mail Service on inland waters 
in that Province 

Inspection of subsidized steamship services 



cto 



Miscellaneoua — 
Gratuities.... 



SCHKDUU No. 21 

Other Departments — 
Archives — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Miaeellaneous — 
Public Archives. 
Gratuities 



290,956 70 



85.000 00 
60,000 00 
10.000 00 

15,000 00 

4.663 27 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

15,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,500 00 

4,000 00 

17,999 80 

5.000 00 

1.500 00 

764 66 

500 00 

18,000 00 

18,000 00 

16.000 00 

1.000 00 



3,000 00 
4.507 54 



70,519 68 
17.966 25 



100.640 46 
160 00 



Auditor General's Office — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingeoeies. 

Civil Service Commission — 

Civil Govmiment — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



External Affairs — 

Civil Government — Salaries ,..,.*.*. 

Contingencies 

Canadian Delegation to the Leatrue of Nations. 

Quudian RsprawBtotion in the U.B.A 

CMMMiian R epwee n Uition at Geneva 

Canadian R e iwee eu tation at Tokyo. . . 

Pari* Agency 

Passport Office 



Carried forward. 



118.699 84 
39.953 01 



20.968 18 
99,771 06 
16.970 78 
47.687 88 
74.122 44 
22. 9M 73 



cts 



445,083 17 



cts. 



5.008,795:89 



580,391 97 



88.485 93 



100.809 46 



342.686 50 
57,855 70 



223.670 87 
44.556 36 



168.622 85 



1.026,375 14 
1.8M 40 



6,126,974 93 



189.295 39 
400.542 20 
268.227 23 



282.487 07 



l«8.e22 8&i 8&8.064 82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 3| 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 192^2^— Continued 



cts. 



S cts. 



S eta. 



Brought forward 

Schedule No. 21 — Concluded 

Other Departmenta — Concluded 
External Affairs — C'oncludpd 
Miscellaneous — Concluded 
Contribution to the League of Nations including secre- 
tariat 

Publications of the League of Nations for Members of 

Parliament 

International Joint Commission 

Unforeseen expenses 



High Commissioner's Office — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 

Insurance — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



Miscellaneous — 
Expenses of work in the interest of fire prevention . 



Office of the Secretary to the Governor General — 
Civil Government — Salary: The Governor General.. 

Salaries: Office of the Secretary to 

the Governor General 

Contingencies 



Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities 



Printing and Stationery — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



Canada Gaiette 

Distribution of Parliamentary Documents 

Plant — New 

Plant repairs and renewals 

Printing, binding, etc., the Annual Statutes 

Printing and binding Government Publications for sale 

and distribution to Departments and the Public. . . 
Printing, binding and distributing the Revised Statutes 

of Canada, 1927 



Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities. . . . 



Privy Council — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 

Miscellaneous — 

Unforewen Expenses 



Secretary of State — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Miscellaneous — 

Expenses under the Naturalisation Acts 

Expenses under the Canada Temperance Act. 

Patent Record 

International Copyright Union Offim 

Gratuities 



282,487 07 



155,568 18 

3,000 00 

36,513 73 

6,021 06 



87,844 80 
58,991 32 



48.666 66 

34.800 85 
71,363 99 



79,855 97 
14.937 54 



34,907 92 
49.789 37 
17,270 15 
29,791 11 
10.000 00 

36.724 60 

17,248 97 



60.771 00 
4.053 64 



319.308 67 
64.394 68 



9.648 11 

1.742 43 

29.748 65 

1.162 20 

370 00 



158,622 85 



483,590 04 



49,240 00 
57,762 39 



146,836 12 
8.772 51 



154,631 50 
178 34 



94,793 51 



195.732 12 
242 67 



54.824 64 
4.032 32 



383,703 16 



42.671 39 



858,064 82 



642.212 89 



107,002 39 



155.608 63 



154,809 84 



290,768 30 



58,866 96 



436.274 M 
S.an.6M S7 



18 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 192S-29— Concluded 



I Ct8. 



S cts. 



I eta. 



ScBBouut No. 22 
MueeUoneout — 
QnmU and Contributions to the — 

Canadian Branch of the St. John Ambulance Asso- 
ciation 

Canadian General Council of the Boys Scouts Asso- 
ciation 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 

Canadian National Safety League 

Corporation of the City of Ottawa 

Dominion Council of the Girl Guides 

Interparliamentary' Union for Peace 

Montreal Assoriation for the Blind 

National Battlefields Commission 

Federal District Commission — Annual Grant 

Federal District Commission — Capital Expenditure. 

Royal Astronomical Society 

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts 

Royal Society of Canada 

Victorian Order of Nurses 

rinstitute Nazareth de Montreal — to assist in work 
with the Blind 

To assist in erecting at St. Hyacinthe an arch to com- 
memorate the hundredth anniversary of the birth 
of Senator Dessaulles 

British West Indies — Hurricane Relief 



5,000 00 

15,000 00 

15.000 00 

10.000 00 

100.000 00 

6.000 00 

400 00 

5.000 00 

75.000 00 

212.500 00 

,189,960 20 

2,000 00 

2.500 00 

8.000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 



500 00 
25,000 00 



Empire Parliamentary Association — Visit to Canada 
Empire Parliamentary Association — Subscription to 

Publications 

Government Contracts Supervision Committee , 

Home Bank Creditors Relief 

Grants, pending consideration of Provincial Subsidies 
to Province of — 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 



875,000 00 
600,000 00 
125,000 00 



Negotiation of Treaties 

Salaries and expenses of the advisors engaged in Tari£f 
Enquiry 

Salary of Hon. J. C. Patterson, Commissioner to inves- 
tisate titles of Great Britain to lands in the Arctic 
Seas 



2,686,860 20 
74,698 33 

2,000 00 

19,120 73 

460,000 00 



1,600.000 00 

4,493 66 

77,454 88 

2,200 00 



4.926 827 80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



33 



SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL EXPENDITURE, 1928-29 






SCHXDTTLI No. 23 



Aijualment of War Claims — 
National Defence — Militia. 
Naval. . 
Secretary of State 



Schedule No. 24 

Co8t of Loan Flotations — 
Commission of !*« of one per cent paid to banks for redemp- 
tion of matured bonds — 

6}% Victory Loan 1917 due 1922 

5|% Victory Loan 1918 due 1923 

5|% Victory Loan 1919 due 1924 

6% War Loan 1915 due 1925 



51% Renewal Loan 1922— 

Advertising 

6i% Renewal Loan 1922— Redemption 1927— 

Clerical assistance 

5% Refunding Loan 1923— Redemption 1928— 

Clerical assistance 

Printing 



6i% Bond Loan 1919-29 New York— 



mium on bonds purchased before maturity. 
Brokerage and Commission 



SCHCDTTLB No. 25 

Miscellaneous Charges — 
Home Bank Depositors' Relief Act, 15-16, Geo. V, Chap 



45. 



Civil Service Superannuation Act 1924, Chap. 24, R.S. 1927 
(Government contribution to the Fund) 

Government Annuities — Amount required to meet the 
value of the prospective annuities contracted for up to 
March 31, 1929 

Railway Grade Crossing Fund- &-10 Geo. V, Chap. 30. 



ScBEDtTUt No. 28 

Non-Active Account* vnitten off and charged to Consolidated 
Fund- 
Soldier Land Settlement Loans, Indian Lands 

Soldier I.And Settlement Loans — Revaluation of live 

stock and land revaluations 

Southern Alberta I>and Company 

Canada Land and Irrigation Company 

Seed Grain and Relief Accounts 

Seed Grain and Relief Accounts, Interior Department. . 



Ct8. 



eta. 



112,492 20 
1,060 99 
6,294 55 



eta. 



11 44 
18 93 
34 53 
42 44 



1.322 79 
133 22 



6,250 90 
2,441 17 



107 34 

35 28 

1,039 51 

1,456 01 

8,692 07 



17,108 95 
1,681,700 44 



132,844 13 
224.169 33 



22,771 10 

2,630.491 54 

50.889 78 

329.573 96 

745,496 23 

81.311 38 



119.847 74 



11.330 21 



2.055.822 85 



3.810.5tt 99 



«U7o-a 



34 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND 1928-29 



BcHXDuuc No. 27 

National Revenue— 
Ctutoma Import Duties — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba , 

Now Bninflwick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Department of National Revenue 
British P.O. Parcels 



Less — Returned Duties and Drawbacks.. 

Excise Duties — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon Territory 

Less— Refunds 



BdUa Tax, Tax on Cheques, Transportation 
Tax, etc.— 

Sales 

Manufactures 

Stamps, including cheques embossed.. 

Tnuqwrtation 

Ljc en sea, penalties and interest 



Lxss— Refunds, etc. 



Taxation Branch- 
Income Tax 

Business Profits Tax 

Trust and Lcuin Companies 

Sundry Collections— 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Amwndix No. 15) 
Premium. Discount and Exchange 



SCBKDUUI No. 28 
Finance— 

Chartered Banks 

Ineuronce Companies 

Intereet on Investments (Appendix No. 18 h~ 

Interest on Sinking Funds 

Loans to lUinks 

Loans to Provinces 

Advances to Foreign Governments. . . . 

Carried forward 



1927-28 



cts. 



4.203, 

16,314, 

9,437, 

4,004, 

3,614, 

85,960, 

186, 

44,528, 

3,627, 

82, 



993 74 
143 IS 
559 55 
245 19 
903 81 
295 36 
619 58 
477 87 
712 60 
551 67 
8 75 
447 46 



171,868,958 76 
14,883,141 11 



652.. ^06 31 

1,935,809 28 

819,200 30 

250, 108 02 

37.298 22 

15,142,798 91 

38,5.58 96 

38,617,252 40 

566,944 22 

1,608 75 



58,062,085 37 
661,187 91 



72,100,244 12 

12,108,798 19 

4,735,439 59 

2,534,981 78 

182,622 06 



91,662,085 74 
1,439,154 42 



56.571.047 39 
956, as 1 44 
345.429 S.'} 



430.303 42 

423,843 94 

21 54 



1,660.992 47 

624.202 29 

l.a^.277 25 

1,640.320 62 



4,879,792 53 



cts. 



156,985,817 65 



57,400,897 46 



90,222,931 32 



57.872,508 68 



854.168 90 



363.336.324 01 



1.224,644 46 
999,003 34 



1928-29 



cts. 



748.578 93 
978,615 42 
881,695 71 
793,843 75 
512,967 33 
680,807 69 
159,533 27 
158,462 31 
449,643 81 
105.643 74 



9,043 58 



200,478,835 54 
13,272,503 07 



800.119 08 

1,775,112 23 

856,993 48 

218.562 49 

49,799 53 

17,522,692 75 

36,589 00 

42,462,275 52 

636,579 PC 

1,379 27 



64,360,103 25 
675,149 53 



63.646,671 22 

13,425,848 01 

4.071.222 10 

2,647,801 39 

222.623 06 



84.014,16.5 78 
1,006,883 00 



59.422,323 2" 

455,232 27 

7,640 88 



453,796 48 

437, 184 72 

40 



1,744,687 29 

1,671,907 71 

663.518 21 

1,320.280 00 



2,223,647 80< 6,400.393 21 



cts. 



187,206,332 47 



63,684,953 72 



83,007,282 78 



59,885,196 40 



890,981 60 



394,674.746 97 



1.242,398 90 
894.863 98 



2,137,282 97 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



35 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND 192S-29— Continued 



1 


1927-28 


1928-29 


1 cts. 


S cts. 


1 cts. 


t cts. 


^^^b TtmiifrKl tnrXMTtkrA 


4,879.792 53 

12.599 92 

2.849.604 65 

723.331 97 


2,223.647 80 


5.400.393 21 

5.334 38 
2.023.448 94 

827,566 23 
5.318 48 
2,847 12 

160,100 87 

1.9.59,717 04 
1.842,835 60 


2,137,262 97 


jIHr ScHiDui* No. 28— Concluded 

Finance — Conclnded 
JnUreat on InvestmenU — Concluded 
Canadian Government Merchant Marine. 
Montreal Harbour Debentures 






Vancouver Harbour Debentures 






Chicoutimi Harbour Debentures 






St. John Harbour Denbentures 








Seed Grain and Relief Advances 


119.741 85 

2.069,623 01 
283, 128 45 






Soldier and General Land Settlement 
Advances 






Miscellaneous 






Sundry Collection* — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures 


10,937.822 38 


12,227.561 87 


451,902 24 

625 00 

593,752 57 


519,232 12 






Premium , Discount and Exchange 

SCHJBDCTLI No. 29 
Interior — 
Dominion Lands — 
Canadian National Parks 




568,496 21 




1.046.279 81 


1.087,728 33 


275.229 34 
415,532 65 
14,205 55 
18,687 62 
22,271 00 
91,381 39 

174,279 92 

13,449 04 

72, .551 00 

46,736 39 

11,031 70 

34,467 59 

127,580 00 

298,445 99 

597,2.50 13 

32.660 54 

50.417 00 

18.939 05 

7,400 27 

1.388.140 48 

19,427 00 

2,888 07 

29,956 84 


234,538 92 
421,759 95 
16.366 79 
16.927 92 
28,338 87 
85,905 39 

187,116 75 

9, 195 62 

161.890 00 

65.461 51 

13,055 16 

30,053 15 

238,279 25 

391,855 98 

657.211 44 

29.489 30 

67,224 26 

27,502 43 

11.4.30 96 

1.395.725 57 

22.715 67 

1.939 09 

38.265 33 


14.207,749 99 


15.452,553 17 






Coal Lands 






Export Tax on Gold 






Forestry Branch, sale of trees, etc 

Fur Sales 










General sales 






Grazing landd rentals, fees and improve- 
ments 






Hay permits 






Homestead (permits) Fees 






Improvements 






Irrigation sales 






Map sales, office fees, etc 






Mining fees 






■^^ Pf1,rf>lf>iim 






■■K; Pre-emption sales under Act of 1908 

I^F Ptirehased homestead sales 










Rent of water power 












Quarrying leases 






Timber dues 






Trappers and Traders licenses 






Suspense account 






Muu<onnnA^t<t 






LuB--Refunds 






3,762,928 56 
74.333 97 


4,152,279 31 
81.939 94 




9 £UtO cnj KQ 




Ordnafi'^e T.4inds . 


4,070,389 37 
34.830 09 




14,205 88 
12.246 06 
3.622 98 




Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 






30.077 33 


Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15).. 






3,334 93 


ScBiDTTta No. 30 

Marine and Pitkerie*— 
Fiaheries— 
Alberta 


18.364 50 
47.628 84 
23.434 00 


17.800 50 
85.436 13 
38.333 50 




3.718.669 53 


4.118.581 73 






Britwh Columbia 






Manitoba 






Carried forward 






88,427 34I 




79.92f> 13 





36 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND 1Q2S-2Q— Continued 



1927-28 



I ct« 



$ cts. 



1928-29 



$ cts. 



S cts. 



Brought forward 

ScHiDULi No. 30— Concluded 

Marine and Fisheries — Concluded 
Fisheries — Concluded 

New Bnjnswick 

Nova Srotia 

Prince Edward Island 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 



LtS8— Refunds 



Harbour Dues 

Wharves and Piers 

Dominion Steamers 

Steamboat Inspection 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



SCHBDULB No. 31 

Patent and Copyright Office — 
Patent Fees— 

Assignments 

Caveats 

Certified Copies 

Patents 

Petition under Section 17, etc. 
Reinstatement of Application. 

Restoration of Patent 

Revival of Patent 

Subscriptions to Record 

Sundries 



Trademarks and Copvriffhls 

Assignments 

Certified Copies 

Copyrights 

Designs 

Timbermarks 

Trademarks 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



ScHCDUUi No. 82 

Pott Ofie»- 
Postage. Commission on Money Orders 

etc 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). . 



SCBBDITLB No. 33 



PvbUe U'ork*- 

Ferries 

Graving Docks. . . . 
Slides and Booms. 
Teleintphs 



88,427 34 



11,062 50 

10,517 75 

2.887 75 

5,750 25 

505 00 



119, 150 59 

7 00 



119.143 59 

2, 163 71 

55.638 92 

5,909 04 

127,851 95 

623,573 99 

15,648 61 

14 25 



849,944 06 



16,800 61 

2,031 75 

11,859 97 

371,491 88 

45 00 

655 00 

3,226 65 

1,815 00 

4,2.54 38 

59 30 



412,139 54 



3,124 25 

687 65 

9, 172 85 

2,895 50 

28 00 

67,744 05 



83,652 30 



495,791 84 



31,662,680 m 
3,624 49 
1,013 9 



31,667.218 49 



1,361 00 

97.305 12 

16 79 

296.598 07 



Carried forward . 



395,280 98 
395,280 OS 



76,628 13 



11.177 45 
11,363 25 
2,700 50 
8,136 00 
415 00 



110,420 33 
1,120 10 



20,278 77 

1,798 65 

12,033 66 

391,618 59 

10 00 

510 00 

2,925 00 

1,085 00 

4. 185 07 

53 17 



3,213 35 

700 15 

9,742 70 

2,933 50 

19 50 

79.131 83 



1.368 00 
112.064 78 



300. M2 27 



109,300 23 

2.146 70 

43,731 01 

1.36,932 03 

564.469 79 

17,901 27 

312 30 



874.703 33 



434.497 91 



95.741 03 
145 26 



630.384 19 



30.611.963 69 

16. .178 21 

638 00 



30.628.874 90 



414.066 05 
414.065 OS 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



37 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND IQ28-29— Continued 



1927-28 



I cts 



I cts 



1928-29 



S cts 



I cts. 



Brought forward 

SoHSDULE No. 23—CoHdtided 

PwbUe Works — Concluded 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange — Intei^ 
national Joint Commission 



SCHBDULB No. 34 

RaUtcana and Canals — 
Canalt — 

Beauhamois 

Carillon and Grenville 

Chainblv 

C:hata Falls 

Cornwall. . : 

Lachine 

Murray 

Port Colbome Elevator 

Rideau 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Soulanges 

St. Anne's Lock and Canal. . 

St. Peters 

Trent 

^Vclland 

\VelIand Ship Canal 

Williamsburg 

Miscellaneous 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 



ScHEDuu: No. 35 

Trade and Commerce — 
Eledric Light Inspection — 

Inspection Fees 

Electrical Standards Laboratory Fees 

Export licenses, electric power 

Export Tax, electric power 

Gas Inspection — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunjiwick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Weights and Measures Inspection — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Bmnswiek 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward lalaad 

Quebec 

Baskatchewaa 

Carried forward 



395,280 93 



191,371 30 
700 00 



15,075 31 

637 00 

1,015 74 

1 00 

26, 164 80 

234,381 27 

232 14 

614,466 25 

12,562 51 

139 00 

4,203 89 

648 6-1 

73 00 

95,708 02 

346,289 

2,013 32 

2,006 50 

60 00 



189,399 20 
162 25 
675 00 

373,676 21 



4.457 60 

6,737 00 

4,006 20 

1,283 80 

639 60 

47,l&t 20 

21,437 20 



36,332 90 

13,478 05 

28.649 50 

7,826 80 

8,T96 75 

137,844 10 

2,180 65 

74,856 50 

46,717 38 



587,352 28 



1,355,677 46 

173.175 01 

27 00 



1,528,879 47 



563,912 66 



85.715 60 



9.075 31 

946 00 

1.067 58 

1 00 

26,206 32 

258,054 19 

2^ 00 

581,113 44 

12,223 86 

187 00 

4,235 41 

577 00 

116 00 

95,378 a3 

236,615 27 

2,430 &i 

1,802 50 

49 00 



211,955 05 
225 50 
675 00 

351,108 78 



5.381 60 

7.258 40 

3,248 60 

1,502 40 

650 80 

49,331 10 

25,025 00 



40, M7 15 

13,811 ao 
30.214 ao 

8,570 70 

10.792 SO 

14».«35 56 

2,882 20 
85.355 85 
52.852 70 



414,085 05 



226, 160 56 
137 50 

1 90 



610,385 01 



1,230.332 55 

160.921 14 

47 00 



1.391,300 69 



563,964 33 



«i.897 90 



356.682 63 



649.628 2«| 



3M.7«2 06i 






38 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



CCMPAPAT1\E SCHFDrirS OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND 192S-29— Continued 



1927-28 



f Ctfl 



% cts 



1928-29 



S cts 



I cts. 



Brought font-ard . 



ScBiDDUt No. 35 — Concluded 

Trade and Commerce — Concluded 
Weights and Measurea Inspection — Concluded 

Yukon 

Laboratory Fees 

Tost Office Inspectors Fees 



Lb80 — Befunds. 



Canada Grain Act 

Casual Revenue {A ppordix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures C' ppendix No. 15). 
Fremium, Discount and 1 xchange 



SCBSDCLB No. 36 

Other Departments — 
Agriculture — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 



Ardtives — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



Civil Service Commission — 
Casual Revenue (Apf)endix No. 14). 

External Affairs — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 

Pemaion* and National Health — 
Mariners Fund — 

British Columbia 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

I*riiioe Edward Island 

Qoebee 



TiW TtfifuiMis 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Fcnfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 
Premium, Discount ana Exchange 



Immigration and Cotonitation — 

Chinese Immigration Tax 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 

/mUsii Affttira— 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 



lasnraaos Inspeetioii. . . 

CaMal Rerenoe 

fimm and Forfeitures . 



356.682 63 



98 15 
2.422 36 
2,500 00 



361.703 13 
13 00 



344,468 35 
10.332 07 



82,783 73 
20. 187 38 
51.606 28 
1.340 54 
67.365 53 



223.283 46 
1,235 38 



222,048 08 

260.573 03 

10.50.5 75 

1 19 



14,179 00 

9.100 11 

76,042 19 

25 46 



123.767 85 
113 70 
600 00 



649,628 26 



361,690 13 

2,677,877 52 

23.170 18 

300 00 

1 80 



3,712.667 89 



354.800 42 

14 30 

10,417 25 

145,202 71 



493,128 05 



99,346 76 
19,824 00 



Carried forward. 



124,881 65 
1,247.116 04 



394,762 05 



106 25 
1.881 20 
2,500 00 



399.249 50 
2 75 



342,899 47 
12,041 74 



93,868 11 
21,493 42 
52,919 40 
1,151 14 
68,117 38 



237.549 45 
741 50 



236.807 95 

211.141 45 

10,728 75 



18.224 00 

39,736 95 

72,730 00 

32 88 



131,626 06 



656.362 23 



399.246 75 

2,992.540 .'59 

69,925 53 

132 00 



4,118.207 10 



354.941 21 

3 76 

5,410 00 

141.130 96 



458,678 16 



130,728 33 
9,250 84 



131.836 08 
1.231.764 32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



39 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1927-28 AND 1928-20— Concluded 



I 



1927-28 



$ cts 



I cts. 



1928-29 



I eta. 



$ eta. 



Brought forward 

Schedule Xo. 36 — Concltded 



Other Departments — Concluded 
Jvstice — 
Penitentittries — 

Alberta 

Britiah Columbia 

Dorchester 

KinKston 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

St. Vincent de Paul 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fbes and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 
Premiam, Discount and Exchange 



Labour — 

Casual Revenue (.\ppendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 

Leoialaiion — 
Senate — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 



House of Commons — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



Mines — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 



National Defence — 

Militia Pensions 

Royal Military College. 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium. Discount and Exchange 



PMie Printing and Stationery — 

Canada Gasette 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 

Pensions — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Officers Pension Revenue 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 

Secretary o/ State — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 

Soldier Settlement Board— 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 



Superrannuation Revenue — 
(Appendix No. 17) 



1.247,115 W 



4.477 00 
5,981 50 
20,614 08 
90, 178 34 
22,793 59 
13,247 09 
20.641 89 



177,933 49 

23,645 46 

187 39 



1,425 73 
23,810 89 



31,010 07 
29,532 28 



4,987 03 
205 00 



128,016 62 

20,232 00 

149,239 80 

775 00 

1 20 



81,242 62 
130,594 66 



6,144 26 
9,419 71 



486 49 
393 26 



201,766 34 



25,236 62 



60.542 35 



5,192 03 



298,264 62 



211,837 28 
26,741 61 



15.563 97 
646,814 74 



879 75 

172 38 
2.740.126 63 



4,077 65 
6,442 98 
19,686 89 
88,641 40 
18,658 75 
13,168 43 
27,772 63 



178,448 73 

25.189 18 

483 95 

55 



1.597 83 
100,000 00 



36,034 65 
28,171 32 



4, 182 53 
75 00 



155,829 93 

20,204 00 

124,037 66 

150 00 

2 52 



80,213 96 
170,758 62 



6,372 94 
88.285 98 



220 00 



1,231.764 33 



204.122 41 



101.597 83 



64.205 97 



4.257 53 



800.224 11 

250.972 68 
57.433 M 

94.658 8S 
724.606 U 

SMOO 

81 00 
3.094.046 60 



40 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL REVENUE, 1928-29 





S cts. 


1 cts. 


1 cts. 


ScHEDUU No. 37 

War and DemobiUzation Receipts — 
Refunds oj Previous Years' Expenditure — 
JNation&l Defence — Militia Services 




730.060 20 

157 91 

69.008 69 




Naval Service 






Public Works 










789.246 80 




4,025,165 12 
662,442 12 


SCHKDULB No. 38 

Miscellaneous Receipts — 

Payments received on account of Reparations from 
Germany under the Dawea Plan 




Amount received from the British Treasury in final 
settlement of outstanding claims and counter claims 
arising out of the war 










4,687.607 24 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT 



41 



eta 



Receipts 



Ct8 



Payments 



cts. 



SCHKDCLX "AA" 

Advances to Foreign Governments — 

Greek Government Account 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



SCHEDUU "BB" 



Insurance and Superannuation Funds — 

Government Annuities 

Insurance Fund, Civil Service 

Insurance Fund, Returned Soldiers 

Retirement Fund 

Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Act, 1893 

Now Chap. 17, R.S. 1906 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924, now Chap. 24, 

R.S. 1927 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



ScHEDXHiB "CC" 

Trust Funds— 

Alberta School Lands 

Burrard Dry Dock Pontoons 

Canadian National Railways — 

Equipment Issues 1923. Redemption Account 

Guaranteed Bond Issues, Outstanding Interest 

Common School Fund 

Contractors Securities 

Decayed Pilots Fund 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

Halifax Pilots Pension Fund 

Immi^^^tion Guarantee and Special Funds 

Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway Em- 
ployees' Provident Fund 

Indian Funds 

Manitoba School I.Ands 

Military Estates No. 1 

Military Estates No. 2 

Militia and Defence — Regimental Funds 

Royal Military College— Cadet Funds 

Saskatchewan School Lands 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — War Service Grat- 
uity 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — Pensions, etc 

Sydney Pilots Pension Fund 

St. John Pilots' Pension Fund 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



ScMDUia "DD" 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts — 

Advances to Royal Mint— Copper Purchase Acooant 

Gold Purchase Account 

Nickel Purchase Account . . . . 

Silver Purchase Account 

Bond Holding Account 

Canadian National Railways 

Canadian National liailways (Central Vennont Rail- 
way) 

Candidates Election Deposit Account •>.•».$« 

Canada Grain Act, Advance Account 

Detroit and Windsor Subway Co 



Carried forward. 



200,000 00 



200,000 00 



6,053,173 42 
760,423 62 

1,709,697 19 
724,431 70 

113,453 77 

4.764,796 06 



1,403,657 80 
120,799 11 
807,033 05 
236,776 99 

46,568 04 

699.516 22 

9,811,724 55 



13,125.975 76 



13.125.975 76 



1,246,718 95 
1,433 03 

1,500,000 00 
2.393,037 50 

671 

2.017.673 42 

20,367 69 

4,036 94 

11,059 32 

279, 120 39 

865,228 70 

1.725,465 25 

59,918 71 

14,495 84 

1,283 42 

6.845 81 

54,873 40 

1,394,538 04 

3,551 21 

402,682 41 

11,227 61 

8.734 41 



12.022,963 75 



100,444 40 

23,893.601 27 

249. 131 01 

965.977 67 

20.242,183 64 

50.648.100 60 

8.567.500 00 

1.200 00 

1.841,079 46 

50,000 00 



1,622,828 28 



1,500,000 00 

2.375.187 50 

1.623.188 OS 
23.240 74 

4,076 48 

11.620 90 

267,988 59 

865,228 70 

1.299,428 35 

67,067 78 

23,914 82 

4,333 08 

124,690 31 

57,531 09 

1.168.035 43 

3,437 41 

378,9011 62 

11,304 71 

9,025 88 

581,866 00 



12.022,963 75 



89,048 68 

23.431.455 04 

239.499 60 

412,585 73 

20,242,183 64 

50.648.100 00 

8.567,500 00 

1,200 00 

1.845,349 15 

50,000 00 



106,559,230 O&l 105. 526. P31 44 



42 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Confmue^i 



cts. 



Roceipts 



cts. 



Payments 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



106,559,230 a5 



ScHBOULi "DD" — Concluded 

MUcellaneoua Current Account* — Concluded 

Dominion Assay Office 

Empire Settlement Scheme, Advances under 

Empire Settlement Scheme, Replacement Suspense. . 

Foreign Coin 

Halifax Pilots — General Account , 

Imperial Government Account 

Indian Affairs Special 

W. J. King Suspense Account 

King's Printer, Printing Account 

Kind's Printer, Stationery Account , 

Registration and Insurance Fees re War Loan Bonds. . 
Saskatchewan Government Seed Grain Advances of 1908 
Seed Grain and Relief — Department of the Interior. . 

Sterling Exchange Refunds 

Sydney Pilots, General Account 

St. John Pilots, General Account , 

War and Victory Ix)an Adjustment Accounts 

Dominion Notes. Deficiency adjustment account 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash statement 



Schedule "EE" 

Soldier and General Land Settlement — 

Soldier Land Settlement Ivoans 

General Land Settlement Loans 

Land Settlement Purchased Lands 

Soldier Land Settlement Assurance Fund 

Land Settlement Suspense 

British Land Settlement Advances 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



652,954 48 

64,312 15 

4,585 91 

413,796 61 

102,229 53 

116,923 58 

8,992 25 

90 00 

137,216 58 

297,681 81 

23,641 10 

2,925 13 

20 J, 609 36 

178 00 

60,. 360 35 

54,843 00 



105,526,931 44 



1.663,542 39 

50,608 26 

4,585 91 

2,364,332 90 

102,229 53 

134,1.50 21 

13,599 28 

1,898 57 

2,607,178 99 

1,468,010 33 

23,041 10 

170,393 73 

178 00 

60,300 35 

54.843 00 

12,a50 00 

584 00 

1,441,451 90 



115,700,569 89 



115,700,569 89 



6,644,4.33 05 

67,679 57 

170,628 87 

3,403 59 

620,820 92 

1,040,411 86 



1,328,114 58 

1,630,034 87 

13,634 »4 

647,293 09 
1,040,411 86 

3,887.888 52 



8.647,377 86 



8,647,377 86 



SCHEDTTU "FF" 

Intereat due and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interrat — Domestic Loans 

Unpaid Interest — New York Loans , 

Unpaid Interest — London Loans 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



96.734.007 82 
11.394,967 60 



96.634,216 83 

11,368,962 75 

1,524 32 

124,271 42 



106,128.976 32 



108.128,976 32 



ScssDUU "GG" 

Public Works Capital— CanaU— 
Lachine Canal — 

Refunds of Expenditure of previous years 

Trent Canal — 

Construction and betterments 

Welland Ship Caoal— 

Construction 

P. Lyall A Bona 

Eichequer Court Awards 

RefandiB of expenditures of previous years 

Welland Canal- 
Refunds of expenditure of prevkMis yean 

BaUooe of payments ovw reoeipta as per cash statement 



65.398 00 



469.640 23 

443 81 
18.164.682 26 



9.164 64 

13,610,103 16 

66,668 00 

4.138 10 



18.880.088 80 18.880.068 80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— CorKtnued 



43 



cts. 



Receipts 



cts. 



Payments 



cts. 



SCHKDTTLE "HH" 

Public Works Capital — Miscellaneous — 

Ottawa — New departmental building 

Ottawa — Parliament Building 

Ottawa — Xational Research Council Laboratories.... 

Refund of expenditure of previous years 

Ottawa — Expropriation of property between Sparks and 

WellinRton Streets, East of Elgin Street 

Esquimalt, B.C. — Construction of Dry Dock 

Refund of expenditure of previous years 

Government Shipbuilding Programme — 

Proceeds of sale of ships 

St. LawTence River — Improvements — 

Ship Channel — Dredging 

Sorel Shipyard 

Sorei Shipyard— Reconditioning wharf No. 4 

Porel PhipyMti — Compassionate Allowance, M 
Champagne 

Fnrcl Shipyard — Compassionate Allowance, O. Lamo- 



150 00 



119 70 
38,000 00 



185,101 95 
82,634 98 
92.699 52 



278,869 40 
82.950 08 



• shipyard 
C uurnoyer. . . . 



Compassionate Allowance, R. A. 



1,894.911 65 

150,035 68 

11,982 9= 

3,050 00 

525 45 

3.050 00 



Refund of expenditure of previous years 

Lower Lakes Terminals — Expenditure 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Harbour Improvements 

Quebec Harbour — Champlain Dock 

St. John Harbour — Improvements 

Sorel Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto Harbour — Improvements 

Refund of expenditure of previous years 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



2.584 96 



2.090 00 
3.342.713 77 



2,063,555 73 



73,102 50 
145.829 56 

58,798 37 

8,859 79 

299,873 90 

13,382 65 



SCHKDTJLB "II" 

Pti)lic Works Capital — Railtrays — 

Canadian Government Railways — 

Car Ferry, Prince Edward Island 

Exchequer Court Awards 

_ Refunds of expenditure of previous years — 

Sale of S. S. Drummond and McKee, sixth instalment 

Refunds 

Hudson Bay Railway — 

Construction 

Refunds of expenditure of previous years 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



3,385,658 43 



3,385,658 43 



36.000 00 
175 00 



111.694 48 
6.301.979 10 



172.862 35 
5,728 80 



6.271.257 43 



6.449.848 58 



6,449.848 58 



SCBKDULK "JJ" 

Miacellancout Advances (Non-active) 

Canada Land and Irrigation Company 

Qoebec Harbour Commission 

noathem Alberta Land Company 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



50.899 78 



329,573 96 
2,507.526 26 



2,888,000 00 



2.888.000 00 S.888.000 00 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Continued 



cts. 



Receipta 



cts. 



Payments 



cts. 



SCHKDUUI "KK" 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc. — 

Province of Manitoba' (Housing Loans) 

Province of New Brunswick (Housing Loans) 

Province of Nova Scotia (Housing Loans) 

Province of Quebec (Housing Loans) 

Loans to Banks, Finance Act Chap. 70. R.S. 1927 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Vancouver Harbour Commission 

Chicoutimi Harbour Commission 

Halifax Harbour Commission 

St. John Harbour Commission 

Canadian Farm Loan Board 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



60,000 00 

52,000 00 

150.000 00 

13.200 00 

442,880,000 00 



44,989 95 
51,327.810 05 



490,380.000 00 

1,370.000 00 

1.596,000 00 

500,000 00 

30.000 00 

602,000 00 

50.000 00 



494,528.000 00 



494.528,000 00 



Schedule "LL" 

Savinos Banks — 

Post Office Savings Banks 

Dominion Government Savings Banks 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



9,424,365 65 
649,335 64 

2,728,006 52 



4,519,506 99 
8,282,200 82 



12.801,707 81 



12,801.707 81 



SCHEOCLB "MM" 

Contingent Funds — 

Banque St. Hyacinthe 

Banque .St. Jean 

Bank of Vancouver 

Banque Ville Marie 

Board of Pension Commissioners, Mennonite Funds. . . 

Cash Suspense 

Home Bank of Canada 

Income Tax Suspense 

Internment operations 

Land Assurance Fund 

Outstanding cheques 

Railways and Canals Suspense 

Railway Grade Crossing Fund 

Sovereign Bank of Canada 

8t. Stephens Bank 

Unclaimed Dividends under the Bankruptcy Act 

Victory Loan, 1917, at credit of subscribers in arrears. 

Victory Loan, 1918, at credit of subscribers in arrears. 

Victory Loan, 1919, at credit of subscribers in arrears. 

York County Loan and Savings Company (In Liquida- 
tion) 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



10 00 
1,530^088 95 



2,800 00 



381 92 

83,603 57 

109 72 

224,889 39 



668 38 
6.700 00 



65 00 

30 00 

21 25 

10 00 

655 00 

1.744,2.')4 68 

4.337 95 

5,200 00 

14 50 

70,981 54 

856,535 23 
70 31 
9 00 
46 90 
125 00 
80 00 
95 00 

9 96 



833,289 39 



2,682,541 32 



2.682,541 32 



Schedule "NN" 

Loan Accounts (Funded Debt)— 
PmiobU in Canada — 

pominioB Stork, issiie B, 3i per cent 

Dominion of Canada War I^oan, 1915-25, 5 per cent. 

Debeatore stock 5 per cent 1919 

Debeotore Stock 5 per cent (School Lands) 

War Bavinga Certificates 

War Barings and Thrift StamM 

Dominion of Canada Savings Certificates 

Victory Lou, 1917, due 1922, 5} percent 



200 00 

1,000 00 

1,993,000 00 

60 00 



Carried forward. 



1.150 00 
1,M5,4C0 00 



400 00 
33,500 00 



840 00 

6,834 60 

6,680 00 

12,400 00 

69,654 50 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— ConcZuded 



46 




cts. 



Receipta 



ct«. 



Paymenta 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



ScBXDUUt "NN" — Cotwludcd 

Loan Accounta (Funded Debt) — Conchided 
Payable in Canada — Concluded. 

V'ictorj' Loan, 1917, doe 1927, 5i per cent.. 

Victory Loan, 1918, due 1623, 5\ per cent.. 

Victorj' Loan, 1919, due 1924, S| per cent. . 

Renewal Loan 1922, due 1927. SJ per cent. . 

Refunding Loan 1923, due 1928, 5 per cent. 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia 

Payable in New York — 

New York Loan, 1919-29, 5| per cent 

New York Loan, 1917-19, 5 per cent 

Sinking Funds — 

Loan of 1909-34 

Loan of 1930-«) 

Loan of 1940-60 



1.995.400 00 



3,600 00 
1.700 00 



100 00 



1,000 00 



681.955 35 
1,738.942 99 
1.041.413 99 



Sinking Funds Cash 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash statement 



ScHZDUu: "00" 

Temporary Loans — 

New York Ix«n 1917-19, 5 per cent 

Debenture Stock 1920. 5 per cent (Custodian of Enemy 

Property) 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



1.272,263 60 
55,002,903 18 



59.654 50 



l,078,2.'=O 00 

27,300 00 

20,400 00 

479,150 00 

46.496,400 00 

3 89 

5,422.200 00 



3,462.312 83 
1,321,296 06 



58.366.966 78 



.58.366.966 78 



201,000 00 
201,000 00 



1.000 00 
200,000 00 

201.000 00 



46 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Year 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

19a5 

1906 

1907 9mo 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1916 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

19U 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Conaolidated 

Fund 



13,486, 

14,038, 

14.346, 

15,623, 

17,589, 

19,174. 

23,316, 

23,713, 

24,488, 

23,519, 

23,503, 

24,455, 

24,850, 

25,502, 

27,067. 

28, 730, 

31,107, 

35.037, 

39,011, 

35.657. 

36.718, 

36.917. 

35,994, 

36.343. 

3G,7(i'), 

36.814, 

37,585. 

38, 132, 

36,949, 

38,349, 

38,832. 

41.903. 

42,975. 

46.866. 

50.759, 

51.691. 

55.612. 

63.319. 

67.240. 

61.542. 

76.641, 

84,064, 

79,411. 

87.774. 

98,101, 

112, ai9, 

127.384. 

135.523. 

130.3:^. 

148,599, 

178,284, 

232.7.31, 

3a3.843, 

361.118. 

347,. 560, 

332.293. 

324.813, 

318.891, 

320.660. 

319,548. 

336. 167. 

350.952. 



cts. 

092 96 
084 00 
509 58 
081 72 
468 82 
647 92 
316 75 
071 04 
372 11 
301 77 
158 25 
381 56 
634 45 
554 42 
103 58 
157 45 
706 25 
060 12 
612 26 
680 16 
494 79 
834 76 
031 47 
567 96 
894 18 
0.>2 90 
025 52 
005 0') 
142 03 
769 84 
525 70 
500 54 
279 51 
367 84 
301 97 
902 76 
832 70 
682 86 
640 Qr> 
161 00 
451 59 
232 38 
747 12 
198 32 
440 77 
.537 41 
472 99 
206 54 
726 90 
343 23 
312 83 
282 98 
929 90 
145 21 
690 63 
732 09 
189 76 
901 25 
479 14 
172 59 
960 98 
924 03 



6,173.368,168 22 939.608.173 19 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Capital 



548 

440 

3,515 

3,670, 

7,853. 

19,859, 

10.177, 

6,922, 

7,154, 

7,599, 

6,657, 

5,648, 

8,241, 

8,176, 

7.405, 

14.147, 

23,977, 

13,220, 

9,589. 

4.439, 

7.162. 

4.420, 

4,a)3. 

3,115, 

2,164, 

3,088, 

3.862, 

3.030, 

3,781, 

3,523, 

4.143, 

5,936, 

7.468, 

7,695. 

10,078, 

7,0)2, 

7,881, 

11,933, 

11,913, 

11,329, 

30,429, 

42,503, 

29,7.56, 

30.8.52, 

30,939, 

27,206, 

37,180, 

41,447, 

38,566, 

26,880, 

43,111, 

25,031. 

69,.'i01. 

40.012, 

16,295. 

9,807. 

10,861, 

16,5.50, 

16,708. 

19,. 5.58, 

20,635. 

22,809, 



cts. 

437 58 
,418 40 
116 18 
396 51 
049 79 
441 17 
740 06 
742 33 
007 94 
709 55 
200 36 

331 66 
173 98 

316 50 

637 06 
359 76 
702 44 
185 35 
734 19 
938 72 
964 26 
313 66 
158 98 
860 04 
456 78 

317 60 
969 67 
460 40 
311 21 
160 23 
503 39 
342 94 
843 24 
4H8 34 

638 06 
724 58 
718 .54 
491 91 
871 11 
143 82 
906 86 
166 97 
353 38 
963 38 
575 95 
046 13 
175 93 
320 03 
950 50 
031 51 
903 63 
266 30 
877 83 
807 22 

332 55 
124 34 
277 09 
510 77 
548 92 
702 63 
647 85 
275 13 



Railway 
Subsidies 



cts. 



208, 
403, 
,701, 
,406, 
,027, 
846, 
,678, 
265, 
248, 
811, 
229, 
310, 
228, 
416, 
414, 
201, 
725, 
512, 
093, 
463, 
046, 
275, 
637, 
.324, 
037, 
785, 
048, 
284, 
859, 
935, 
036, 
191, 
400, 
959, 
720, 
43, 
334, 



000 00 
245 00 
249 00 
533 00 
041 92 
721 83 
195 72 
705 87 
215 93 
394 
885 10 
549 10 
745 49 
955 30 
934 
220 05 
720 35 
328 86 
939 00 
222 34 
878 45 
629 53 
574 37 
889 SO 
629 30 
887 39 
097 05 
892 04 
400 25 
507 3.') 
236 77 
507 48 
171 42 
583 88 
404 75 
8a5 32 
845 55 



-1,591 8t 



76,115,221 09 



War 

and 

Demobiiixation 



cts. 



60,750, 

166, 197, 

306,488, 

343,836, 

446,519, 

346,612, 

16,997, 

1.544, 

4,464, 

446, 

506, 

191, 

64, 

1,656, 

-669, 



476 01 
755 47 
814 63 
801 98 
439 48 
954 56 
543 99 
249 66 
759 76 
082 79 
931 27 
392 79 
485 08 
Oil 00 
390 06 



1,695,608,299 41 



Other charges 

including 

Cost of Loan 

Flotations 



$ eta 

37, 157 98 
429.663 24 
155,988 18 



223 

5 

4 

2.253 

315, 

1,388, 

385 

676 

949 

117 

201, 

21, 

2,567 

502 

10,534 



4.56 13 
,718 48 
018 90 
097 1 
764 40 
,984 38 
,412 99 
,225 30 
,947 68 
771 74 
884 75 
368 75 
452 84 
587 06 
,973 



155 

1.333 

44 

68 

2.093 

139 

330 

399 

137 

682 

943 

501 

1.547 

908 

1.038 

1.538 

6.713 

2.275 

2,485 

1,581 

3,469 

4,998 

4,179 

2,949 

7,181, 

255 

2,640 

5,186 

3,186 

15,275, 

10.706, 

-7,283 

19,995 

492, 

301, 

4.042 

7.902, 

3.953, 

6.330, 

7.814, 

1.705, 

2.067, 



.623 07 
.327 81 
,946 56 
.074 32 
.569 43 
,963 34 
,353 60 
,293 89 
185 19 
,880 52 
317 19 
571 76 
,623 74 
,681 42 
,830 83 
,722 13 
617 94 
334 47 
5.55 29 
944 36 
692 12 
237 55 
.576 15 
196 72 
665 23 
786 93 
161 94 
016 27 
898 20 

345 as 

786 72 
.581 61 
313 04 
048 06 
518 01 
930 53 
758 94 
4.32 65 
092 09 
976 87 
311 47 
153 06 



153.043.205 87 



Total 
Disbursements 



14.071 

14,908 

18,016 

19,293 

25.665 

39,039 

33,498 

32,888 

31,958 

32.507 

30.545 

30,779 

34,041 

33,796 

34,674 

42,898 

57,860 

49,163 

61,837 

41,504 

45,064 

43,518 

41,770 

40,793 

42.272 

40,853 

43,008 

42,872 

44,096 

42,972. 

45,334, 

51,542, 

52,717, 

57.982, 

63,970, 

61.746, 

72.255, 

78,804, 

83.277, 

65.778, 

112.578. 

133.441, 

115.395. 

122,861, 

137.142, 

144.4.56. 

186.241. 

248,098. 

339.702, 

498,203, 

576,660. 

697.042. 

740.088. 

418,620, 

365,701, 

350.608, 

344.021, 

339.902. 

343,980. 

346,986. 

360.164. 

375, 1.59, 



cts. 

.688 52 
. 165 64 
,613 94 
,478 23 
,974 74 
,807 57 
.075 71 
,910 54 
.144 45 
995 70 
,771 60 
,938 52 
,7.56 11 
,642 66 
,625 39 
.885 96 
.861 53 
,077 53 
,568 52 
.151 88 
. 124 04 
, 198 06 
,332 73 
,208 19 
, 136 32 
,727 91 
,233 89 
338 44 
.383 92 
755 89 
281 06 
635 29 
466 84 
866 46 
799 86 
571 81 
047 63 
138 77 
641 72 
138 57 
679 87 
524 29 
773 70 
2.50 46 
082 20 
877 82 
047 63 
526 33 
502 49 
118 28 
209 91 
212 47 
920 88 
544 48 
790 85 
546 72 
786 75 
775 04 
512 94 
337 17 
931 30 
953 10 



9,036,643,067 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



I 



Yew 



Consolidated 
Fund 



Other 
Receipts 



Total 
Receipts 



DifiFirence 

between 

Receipts and 

Expenditure 



Consolidated Fbnd 



Surplus 



Deficit 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 9 mo 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1920 

1927 

1928 

1929 



13 

14 

15 

19 

20 

20 

24 

24 

22 

22 

22 

22 

23 

29 

33 

35 

31 

32 

33 

35 

35 

38 

39 

38 

36 

38 

36 

33 

36 

37 

40 

46 

51 

52 

68 

66 

70 

71 

80 

67 

96 

85 

101 

117 

136 

168 

163 

133 

172 

232 

260 

312 

349 

434 

381 

894 

396 

846 

380 

398 

422 

455 



687, 
379, 
512, 
335, 
714, 
813, 
205, 
648, 
587, 
059, 
375, 
517, 
307, 
635, 
383, 
794, 
861, 
797. 
177, 
754, 
908, 
782, 
879, 
579, 
921, 
168, 
374, 
978, 
618, 
829, 
555, 
741, 
029, 
514, 
050, 
037, 
669, 
182, 
139, 
969, 
054, 
093, 
503, 
780, 
108, 
689, 
174, 
073, 
147, 
701, 
778, 
946, 
746, 
386, 
952, 
614, 
837, 
834, 
746, 
695, 
717. 
463. 



eta. 

928 49 
174 62 
225 65 
560 81 
813 68 
469 45 
092 54 
715 04 
587 05 
274 11 
Oil 88 
382 14 
406 69 
297 54 
455 52 
649 80 

961 73 
001 22 
040 39 

993 25 
463 53 

870 23 
925 41 
310 88 

871 60 
608 85 
693 07 
129 47 
590 72 
778 40 
238 03 
249 54 

994 02 
701 13 
790 03 
068 93 
816 82 
772 67 
360 07 
328 29 
505 81 
404 35 
710 93 
409 78 
217 36 
903 45 
394 56 
481 73 
838 27 
294 00 

962 66 
747 18 
334 70 
530 60 
386 99 
900 00 
682 22 
479 26 
505 68 
776 38 
982 68 
873 74 



cts. 



$ cts 



cts. 



t cts. 



S cU. 



27,431 71 
39,475 98 



157.121 90 

302,560 39 

1,008 58 

4,468 22 

868,486 44 

31,245 49 

4,503,142 76 

57,140 21 



1,799,093 69 

1,009,019 15 

953,264 00 

657,039 59 

302,842 41 

537 66 



40,000 00 
190 14 



1,272 03 

1,853 41 

1,472 69 

1,631 63 

1,543 31 

3,311,015 17 

9,434 67 

3,299 83 

2,033 76 

2,781 36 

910 91 

456,175 41 

112,764 65 

103,918 58 



624 04 



1,666 30 



1,905, 
319, 
8,479. 
9,743. 
4,680. 
2,147, 
1,756, 
6.924. 
4,687, 



647 81 
184 45 
310 30 
635 74 
913 18 
503 48 
704 02 
594 61 
607 24 



13, 

14, 

15, 

19, 

20, 

20, 

24, 

24. 

22, 

22. 

22, 

27, 

23, 

29, 

35, 

36. 

32, 

33, 

33. 

35, 

35, 

38, 

38, 

39. 

36, 

38, 

36, 

33, 

36, 

37, 

40, 

46, 

51, 

52, 

58. 

69, 

70. 

71. 

80. 

67, 

96. 

85, 

101, 

117, 

136. 

168, 

163, 

133, 

172, 

232, 

260, 

312, 

349. 

436, 

382. 

403, 

406, 

351. 

382, 

400. 

429, 

460. 



687. 
379, 
539, 
375, 
714. 
970. 
507. 
649. 
592, 
927, 
406, 
020, 
364, 
635, 
182, 
803, 
815. 
354. 
479, 
755, 
908, 
782, 
879, 
579, 
921, 
208. 
374, 
978, 
618, 
829, 
556. 
743, 
031, 
516, 
052, 
348. 
679. 
186. 
141, 
972. 
055. 
649, 
616, 
884. 
108. 
690. 
174, 
073, 
149, 
701, 
778. 
946, 
746, 
292, 
271, 
094, 
581, 
515. 
893, 
462. 
642, 
161, 



928 49 
174 52 
657 36 
036 79 
813 68 
591 35 
652 93 
723 62 
055 27 
760 55 
257 37 
524 90 
546 90 
297 54 
549 21 
668 95 
225 73 
040 81 

882 80 
530 91 
463 53 

870 23 
925 41 
310 88 

871 60 
608 85 

883 21 
129 47 
590 72 
778 40 
510 06 
102 95 
466 71 

332 76 

333 34 
084 10 
251 49 
072 50 

393 83 
109 65 
416 72 
679 76 
475 58 
328 36 
217 36 
427 49 

394 56 
481 73 
393 57 
294 00 
952 55 
747 18 

334 70 
184 41 
671 44 
210 30 
317 96 
392 43 
009 06 
480 40 
677 19 
480 98 



+ 



+ 



7 

5 

4 

4 

1 

5 

5 

7 

1 

7 

3 

+ 2 

16 

47 

13 

4 

1 

+ 24 

23 

115 

167 

266 

315 

384 

390 

+ 17 

+ 16 

+ 62 

+ 62 

+ 11 

+ 38 

+ 63 

+ 69, 

+ 84, 



+ 



383,760 
528,991 
,476,956 
81,558 
,951,161 
,069,216 
,990,422 
,239,186 
,366.089 
,580.235 
,139,514 
,759,413 
,677,209 
,161.345 
507,923 
,095.217 
,045,635 
,809.036 
,357.685 
,748.620 
,155.660 
735,327 
890.407 
213.897 
350,264 
645,119 
633,350 
894.208 
477.793 
,142,977 
,777,771 
,799,632 
,686,000 
,466,633 
,918,466 
,601,512 
,575,796 
,618,066 
,136,247 
,193,971 
,523,263 
,891,944 
,779,298 
,976,922 
,033,864 
,233,649 
,066.653 
,025,044 
,553.108 
,501.824 
,881.267 
,095.466 
,342,686 
,671.639 
,669.780 
,486,663 
,559.631 
612,616 
912,496 
466,143 
477,646 
991,627 



201,836 
341,090 
,166.716 
,712,479 
,125,344 
,638,821 
888,775 
936,644 



,132,743 
,316.351 
,064,492 
754,255 



97.313 09 



865,035 
885,893 
235,742 
155,977 
364,555 



722,712 
837,749 
054,714 
648,333 
291,398 

345. 166 
056.984 
863.089 
898,719 

427. 167 
413,064 
029,171 
091,963 
006,211 
946,776 
630.366 
789.921 



797.111 
101,950 
494,639 
216.464 
902,404 
268.391 
391,696 
321,167 
024,493 
942,678 
066,026 
147.603 
660.021 
610.949 



1,900,786 06 
1,460,027 66 
1.128.146 37 
1.937,999 42 
1,643,227 76 



2,240.058 90 
5,834,571 87 



810.031 26 



1,210,332 46 

4,153,875 68 

330,551 31 

519,981 44 



2.440,724 81 



7.418,628,921 30 



66,311,356 80 



7,478.840.277 10 



1.562.802,790 OS 



1.271,680.066 97 



26.510.813 89 



48 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Year 



Total Debt 



Total Aaeets 



Net Debt 



Increase of Debt 



Decrease of Debt 



cts. 



tm 


93,046.051 73 


1888 


96.896,666 29 


1809 


112.361,998 39 


1870 


115,993,706 76 


1871 


115,492.682 76 


1872 


122.400.179 36 


1873 


129,743.432 19 


1874 


141.163.551 33 


1876 


151.663.401 62 


1876 


161,204.687 86 


1877 


174.675,834 97 


1878 


174,957,268 96 


1879 


179,483,871 21 


1880 


194,634,440 68 


1881 


199,861.537 51 


1882 


205,365,251 97 


1883 


202,159.104 30 


1884 


242.482.416 21 


1885 


264.7a3.607 43 


1886 


273.164,341 11 


1887 


273.187.626 43 


1888 


284.513.841 89 


1889 


287.722.082 76 


1890 


286.112.295 10 


1891 


289.899.229 62 


1892 


295.333.274 10 


1893 


300.054.624 74 


1894 


308.348.023 96 


1895 


318.048.754 87 


1896 


325.717.536 73 


1897 


332.. 530. 131 33 


1898 


338.375.984 23 


1899 


345.160.902 54 


1900 


346.206.979 92 


1901 


354.732.432 52 


1902 


366.358.476 59 


1903 


361,344.098 37 


1904 


364.962.512 17 


1905 


377.678.679 80 


1906 


392.269.680 39 


t9079ino. 


379.966.826 09 


1908 


408.207.158 25 


1909 


478.635,427 02 


1910 


470.663,045 99 


1911 


474,941.487 42 


1912 


508,338.591 77 


19U 


483,232,555 24 


1914 


544,391.368 86 


1915 


700,473.814 37 


1916 


936.987.802 42 


1917 


1.382.003.267 69 


1918 


1,863.335,898 89 


1919 


2.676.635,724 77 


1920 


3.041,529,586 91 


1921 


2,902.482.117 04 


1922 


2.902,347.136 9e 


1923 


2.888.827,236 65 


1924 


2,819.610.470 28 


1925 


2.818.066.522 94 


1926 


2.788.779.184 55 


1927 


2.726.298,717 3fi 


1928 


2.677.137.242 92 


1929 


2,647,033.973 32 



17 


317. 


21 


139. 


36 


602. 


37 


783, 


37 


786, 


40 


213. 


29 


894. 


32 


838, 


35 


655. 


36 


653, 


41 


440. 


34 


595. 


36 


493. 


42 


182. 


44 


465. 


51 


703. 


43 


692, 


60 


320. 


68 


295, 


50 


005, 


45 


872. 


49 


982. 


50 


192. 


48 


579. 


52 


090. 


54 


201. 


58 


373. 


62 


164. 


64 


973. 


67 


220. 


70 


991. 


74 


419, 


78 


887, 


80 


713. 


86 


252. 


94 


529. 


99 


737. 


104 


094. 


111 


454. 


125 


226. 


116 


294. 


130 


246. 


154 


605. 


134 


394. 


134 


899. 


16>< 


419. 


168 


930. 


208 


394. 


251 


097. 


321 


831, 


602 


816. 


671 


451. 


1,102 


104. 


792 


660. 


561 


603. 


480 


211. 


4.35 


oao. 


401 


827. 


400 


628. 


379 


048, 


378 


464. 


380 


287. 


421 


629, 



cts. 

,410 36 
,531 46 
.679 19 
.QfH 31 
,l«.i 11 
. 107 32 
.970 55 
,586 91 
,023 60 
,173 78 
.525 94 
,199 05 
.683 85 
.852 07 
.757 11 
.601 19 
,389 84 
.565 95 
,915 29 
.234 02 
,850 99 
.483 73 
.021 11 
.083 33 
.199 11 
,839 66 
.485 13 
.994 48 
.827 78 
.103 96 
.534 87 
,585 32 
,455 94 
.173 03 
.428 83 
.386 97 
.109 50 
.793 57 
.413 20 
.702 64 
.966 13 
.298 41 
. 147 85 
.499 66 
.435 39 
.131 06 
.929 56 
.618 72 
,731 16 
,631 40 
,969 89 
,836 39 
.692 33 
.963 12 
. 133 35 
.335 23 
.367 91 
.195 40 
.837 35 
,085 13 
..347 29 
.010 00 
,268 22 



76 


728. 


76 


757. 


76 


859. 


78 


209, 


77 


706, 


82 


187, 


99 


848, 


108 


324, 


116 


008. 


124 


6.51, 


133 


235. 


140 


362, 


142 


990. 


1.52 


451. 


155 


395, 


153 


661. 


158 


406. 


182 


161. 


196 


407. 


223 


159. 


227 


314. 


234 


.531, 


237 


530. 


237 


533, 


237 


809, 


241 


131. 


241 


681. 


246 


183. 


253 


074. 


258 


497. 


261 


538, 


263 


956, 


266 


273, 


265 


493. 


268 


480. 


271 


829. 


261 


606. 


260 


867, 


2(56 


224, 


267 


042, 


263 


671, 


277 


960. 


323 


930, 


336 


268. 


340 


042, 


339 


919, 


314 


301, 


335 


996, 


449 


376, 


615 


156, 


879 


186, 


1,191 


884, 


1,674 


531, 


2,248 


868, 


2,340 


878, 


2,422 


135, 


2.453 


776. 


2,417 


783. 


2,417 


437. 


2.389 


731, 


2.347 


834, 


2,296 


850. 


2,226 


604, 



eta. 

.641 37 
.134 74 
.319 20 
,742 45 
,517 65 
,072 04 
,461 64 
,964 42 
.378 02 
,514 08 
.309 03 
.069 91 
. 187 36 
,588 61 
,780 40 
,650 78 
.714 46 
.850 26 
.692 14 
.107 09 
.775 44 
,358 16 
.041 65 
,211 77 
,0.30 51 
.434 44 
.039 61 
.029 48 
,927 09 
,432 77 
,596 46 
,398 91 
,446 60 
,806 89 
.003 69 
.089 62 
.988 87 
,718 60 
,166 60 
,977 76 
,859 96 
,859 84 
,279 17 
,546 33 
,052 03 
,460 71 
,625 68 
,850 14 
,083 21 
,171 02 
,297 80 
,062 50 
,032 44 
,623 79 
,983 69 
,801 73 
.868 74 
.274 88 
,685 69 
,099 42 
,370 09 
,232 02 
,705 10 



cts. 



28.493 37 

102,184 46 

2,350,423 25 



4,480, 
17.661, 
8.476, 
7,683, 
8,543, 
8.683, 
7.126. 
2,628, 
9,461, 
2.944, 



554 39 
389 60 
502 78 
413 60 
136 06 
794 95 
760 88 
117 45 
401 25 
191 79 



4,805, 

23.695, 

14,245, 

26,751, 

4, 155, 

7.216, 

2,998. 

3, 

275, 

3,322, 

549, 

4.501, 

6.891, 

5.422, 

3,041, 

2.417. 

2.317, 



063 68 
135 80 
841 88 
414 95 
668 35 
582 72 
683 49 
170 12 
818 74 
403 93 
605 17 
989 87 
897 61 
505 68 
163 69 
802 45 
047 69 



2.986,196 80 
3,349.085 93 



6,366,448 00 
818.811 16 



14.288,999 88 

45.969.419 33 

12.338,267 16 

8.773,605 70 



21,695, 

113,379, 

165,780, 

264,030, 

312,697, 

382,646, 

674,337, 

92,010, 

81,256, 

31,641. 



224 46 
233 07 
087 81 
126 78 
764 70 
969 94 
591 35 
359 90 
818 04 
067 01 



I cts. 



603,224 80 



1,734.129 eS 



779.639 71 



10,222.100 78 
739.270 27 



3,371.117 7» 



122,691 82 
26.617,836 OS 



36,993,693 86 
345.589 20 
27. 706.686 17 
41.896,729 SS 
60,984,137 17 
71,346.527 8S 



2,421, 138, 136 66 



271,362,072 93 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



49 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS FROM 
WAR TAX REVENUES 



Year 



Banks 



Trust 
and 
Loan 
Com- 
panies 



Insurance 
Com- 
panies 



Business 
Profits 



Income 
Tax 



Sales Tax, 
Tax on 
Cheques, 
Transport- 
ation Tax, 
etc. 



Total 
War Tax 
Revenue 



cts. 



S cts. 



cts 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



1914-15. 
1915-18. 
1916-17. 
1917-18. 
1918-19. 
1919-20. 
1920-21 . 
1921-22. 
1922-23 
1923-24. 
1924-25. 
1925-26. 
1926-27. 
1927-28. 
1928-29. 



1,300, 
1,114, 
1,115, 
1,099, 
1,170, 
1,257, 
1,293, 
1.244, 
1,236, 
1.217, 
1,176, 
1.174, 
1,224, 
1,242, 



446 80 
023 30 
757 65 
764 44 
223 45 
533 70 
697 43 
437 14 
957 57 
753 85 
868 95 
664 95 
644 46 
398 99 



324,249 91 
202,415 48 
269, 129 08 
323,340 02 
274,216 28 
293,801 94 
283,994 35 
312.391 39 
308,632 10 
315,314 88 
326,713 80 
335,367 65 
345,429 85 
7,640,88 



459,247 07 
419,698 83 
496,540 55 
546,113 86 
638,730 76 
807,667 12 
749,958 75 
852,328 12 
857,586 98 
867,901 96 
950,220 85 
947,829 95 
999,003 34 
894,863 98 



12,506, 

21,271, 

32,970, 

44,145, 

40.841, 

22,815, 

13,031, 

4,752, 

2,704, 

1,173, 

710. 

956, 

455, 



516 72 
083 57 
061 81 
184 48 
401 25 
666 58 
461 80 
680 89 
427 37 
448 55 
102 19 
031 44 
232 27 



349,719 
263,739 
381,824 
684,354 
711,538 
204,027 
248,042 
571,961 
386,309 
571,047 
422,323 



98,056 
536,837 
059,583 
227,389 
888,506 
587,706 
803,099 
656,488 
482.718 
676,375 
810,717 
097,105 
613,160 
222,931 
007,282 



S eta. 

98,056 95 
,620,781 72 
302,238 14 
379,900 78 
177,508 33 
079,801 58 
385,327 50 
484, 160 74 
634,874 90 
036,261 42 
164,158 30 
296,319 53 
167,433 96 
319,087 80 
029,742 15 



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Appendix No. 3 



56 



Statement showing the portion of the Funded Debt of Canada payable in New 
York, March 31, 1929, and the annual interest payable thereon 



Bearing 

4i per cent 

interest 



Bearing 

5 percent 

interest 



Bearing 

5} per cent 

interest 



Total 



Maturing 



Ct8, 



Loan of 1915-1935 

Public Service Loan, 1916. 
Public Service Loan, 1916. 

Loan of 1919-29 

Loan of 1922-52 

Loan of 1926-36 

Two year notes 1917-19. . . . 



S cts. 
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cts 



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lOoioOO^OOO 00 



. 1, 1935. 
ue. 



874,000 00 Aug 
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54,577,800 OOl 54,577.800 00 
100,000,000 00 
40,000.000 00 

1,000 OOJOverdue 



1. 1031. 
Aiig. 1, 1929. 
May 1. 1952. 
Feb. 1. 1936. 



40,000,000 00 



125,874.000 00 



54.577.800 00 



220.457.800 00 



Total interest. 



1,800,000 00 



6,293,700 00 



3,001.779 00 



11,095,479 00 



Appendix No. 4 

Statement of the Consolidated Fund of Canada on March 31, 1929 



To balance as per Public Accounts 1927-28 

To amount of expenditures for 1928-29 — 

Ordinary Kxpenditures (details on page 4) 

Special Expenditures — 

Adjustment of War Claims (details on page 33) 

Cost of Loan Flotations (details on page 33) 

Misoellaneous Charges — 
Home Bank Depositors Relief Act, 15-16 Geo. V. 

chap. 45 

Civil Service Superannuation Act. 1924, chap. 24, 

R.S. 1927 (Government contribution to the Fund) 

Government Annuities — Amount required to meet 

the value of the prospective annuities contracted 

for up to the end of the Fiscal Year 1928-29 

Railway Grade Corssing Fund— 9-10 Geo. V, chap. 
30 



It 



Noo-ActiTe accounts written off and charged to Con- 
solidated Fund (Schedule No. 26) 

By amount of revenues for 1928-29 — 

Ordinary Revennes (details on page 5) 

Special Reoeipts — 
Adjustment of War Claims— refunds of previous 

years' expenditure 

Gorman Reparations pavments under Dawes Plan 
Amount received from the British Treasury in final 
settlement of outstanding claims and counter 

claims arising out of the War 

By balance. Consolidated Fund, March 31, 1929 



ets. 



17,106 95 
1,681,700 44 

132.844 13 
224. 169 33 



Dr. 



I cts. 

699,913,096 02 

350,952,924 03 

119,847 74 
11,330 21 



2,055,822 85 
3,810,543 99 



1,066.863,664 84 



Or. 



ots. 



455,463,871 74 



7W.MAM 
4.0SS.165 IS 



6a.44SUI 

595,923,887 06 



1.056,863,664 84 



56 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 5 

Sinking Funds 



To whom paid 


Locms 


Nature of Investment 


Rate 
of 

Interest 


Amount 
Purchased 


Total 


Sundry persons. 


Loan of 1909-34. 
I.oan of 1930-50. 

Loan of 1940-60. 


Catutdian Securities 
Ix>anof 1938 


% 

3 

3i 

3i 

2i 
3 
3J 
31 

2i 
3 
3i 
3i 


S cts. 

197,940 51 
334,149 21 
149,865 63 


1 cts. 




Loan of 1909-34 






Ix>an of 1930-50 






lAtBn of 1947 


681.955 36 


Sundry persons. 


4,380 00 

526,726 71 

124,414 48 

1,083,421 80 




Loan of 1938 






Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1947 


1,738,942 99 


Bundrj' persiMis. 


7,786 67 

242.914 03 

57.262 27 

733.451 02 




Loan of 1938 






Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 








1,041,413 99 








3,462,312 33 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 8 
Changes of Management 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



Ct5. 



«t8. 



G. S. Nicol 

Jm. Parry 

R. N. Genge.... 
R. T. Waymark. 
A Buthorland . . . 
E M. Waymark 



F.Pope 

D. A. McKinnoD 
H. 8. Stewart. . . 
H. T. Currie 



A. C. Johnston., 
R. W. C'ongdon. 

F.J. Wilka 

G. D. Hamlin.. 
J.H.Webber... 

A. M. Burgoyne 

B. Dares 



Montreal City and District 
Savings Bank, Montreal, 
Qoe. 



W. Winsby... 
E. P. Blyth.. 
G. M. Bury.. 
N. J. Lobbaa 
M. E. Poidoa 
G. Colhoon... 



Savings Banks and Omcxs or thb Assistant 

RSCBVBRS GbNSRAL 



AttisUuU Receiver Oeneral's Ofice, Calgary, Alta. 

Salary April 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

" 1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

Salary Aug. 27, 1928 to Sept. 17, 1928 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Aaaiatant Receiver General's Office, Charlottetown, 
P.EJ. 

Salary April 1. 1928 to March 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

" 1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

" 1, 1928 " 31, 1929 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. . 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Halifax, N.S. 

Salary April 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

1. 1928 " 31. 1929 

Salary July 10, 1928 to July 30,1928 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Montreal, P.Q. 

Amount paid to this institution for acting as 
Assistant Receiver General for year ended 
March 31 , 1929 

Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery 



Atittanl Receiver General's Office, Regina, Sask. 



SaUry AprU 1, 1928 to March 31. 1020. 

1, 1928 " 31, 1020. 

" 1, 1028 " 31, 1020. 

1, 1028 to July 31, 1928 

SaUryMay 81, 1028 to June 20, 1028 

Salary July 3, 1028 to March 31, 1020 



Coatingenoies, including Printing and Stationery. 
Carried forward 



3.180 00 
2.280 00 
1.695 GO 
1.440 GO 
930 00 
54 60 



0.579 60 
363 82 



2,900 00 
1,920 00 
1,620 00 
1,380 00 



7,820 00 
321 07 



3,090 00 
2,310 00 
1,860 00 
1.620 00 
1.275 00 
1.380 00 
50 81 



11.585 81 

478 17 



20.000 00 
1,079 13 



3. 120 00 
2,310 00 
1,815 00 

286 69 
74 92 

536 12 



8,142 73 
355 30 



9,943 42 



8,141 17 



12, 163 M 



21,079 18 



8.496(0 
59.726 63 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges of Management — Continued 



•8 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



S Ct8 



t «ta. 



J. E. Wilson 

E. H. Cameron. . 
G. T. Corbett..., 
H. W. Thompson 
H. P. Humphrey 
F.J. Ord 



Brought forward 

Asaiatant Receiver General'a Office, St. John, N.B. 
Salary AprU 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 



1. 1928 

1. 1928 

1. 1928 

1, 1928 

1, 1928 



31. 1929. 
31. 1929. 
31. 1929. 
31. 1929. 
31. 1929. 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Aasiatant Receiver Creneral's Office, Toronto, Ont. 



K. Frederickson 

S. A. Staden 

G. A. Ivey 

J. J. Hannon 

F.E. Ruhl 

A. B. Hounsom 

M. A. M. Livingstone 

AM. Maude 

J. H. O'Neill 

F. Goodman 

H. R. Roberta 

P. MacLeod 

R.J. Lillie 

B. A. Thompson 

W. M. Donald 

G. M. Dibble 

A. V. Spencer 

8. Lachoski 

O. M. Ijorimer 

H. R. McC'lenaghan. . 
H. Howard 

B. M. Rose 

W. H. Pyatt 

Jas. March 



Salary April 1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
" 1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

Salary May 7 
Salary June 28 
Salary Sept. 10 
Salary Oct. 25 
Salary Jan. 7 
Salary Mar. 11 
Salary April 1 



1928 to 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 to 

1928 to 

1928 to 

1928 to 

1928 

1928 to 

1928 to 

1929 to 
1929 
1928 



March 31. 

31. 

31. 

31. 

31, 

31, 

31, 

31, 
" 31. 

31. 

31. 

31, 

31. 

31. 
Feb. 28, 
Sept. 12, 
April 13, 
March 31. 

31. 
Oct. 13. 
Dec. 25. 
March 31, 

31, 
" 31. 



1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1929 
1928 
1928 
1929 
1929 
1928 
1928 
1929 
1929 
1929 



D. B. McConnan 

Geo. Watts 

G. H. Llewellyn. 

A.W.Webb 

W.J. Mullin 

N. D. Bates 

E. Dumbk-ton. . . 
V. M. Lawson... 



Wm. Morton 
8. J. Perkins 
T. Knight... 
F. D. RoM.. 
S.A.Gray.. 
H. J. Fraaer. 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Aasiatant Receiver General'a Office, Victoria, B.C. 

Salary April 1. 1928 to March 31. 1929 

1. 1928 " 31. 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

1, 1928 " 31. 1929 

1, 1928 " 31, 1929 

1,1928 to Nov. 10,1928 

Salary May 31, 1928 to June 23. 1928 

Salary Sept. 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. . 



Aaaiatant Receiver General'a Office, Winnip^o, Man. 



Salary. April 1. 1928 to March 31, 1929. 

1. 1928 " 31. 1929. 

1. 1928 " 31, 1929. 

1, 1928 " 31, low. 

1, 1928 to Sept. 15, 1928. 

1, 1928 to Aug. 31, 1038. 



3,180 00 
2.400 00 
1.695 00 
1.170 00 
1.095 00 
1,110 00 



10,650 00 
328 42 



4,140 00 

3,120 00 

1,800 00 

1,905 00 

1,410 00 

1,380 00 

1,455 00 

1,455 00 

1,455 00 

1.107 00 

1,110 00 

1,080 00 

902 90 

1,215 00 

982 75 

346 53 

26 00 

648 39 

545 00 

67 16 

121 93 

168 38 

60 9 

1.260 00 



27,762 01 
1,242 04 



3. 180 00 
2,070 00 
1.695 00 
1,350 00 
1,110 00 

696 67 
59 92 

630 00 



10.791 59 
£04 27 



3.270 00 
2,160 00 
1.020 00 
1.515 00 
405 00 
450 00 



50.725 



10,978 42 



20,004 M 



11.295 80 



Carried forward. 



9.810 00 



111,003 M 



64 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges of Management — Continued 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



Ct8. 



Ct8. 



Brought forward. 



M. E. Bowyer 

W. D.T. Shortrecd. 
A. A. Gugin 



A$ai*lani Rtcnver General's Office, Winnipeo, Man. 
— Concluded 



Salary. April 1, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929. 
Salary Oct. 17, 1928 to March 31, 1929. 
•Salary Oct. 24, 1928 " 31, 1929. 



Bank of Montreal, London 
England 



Bank of Montreal, London 

England 

<< « « 

Sundry Banka, New York. 

Bank of Montreal, New 

York. 
Sundry Banks 

Canadian Baak Note Co., 
Ltd., Ottawa, Ont 

Capital Wire Cloth & Mfg., 

Co., Ltd., OtUwa, Ont 
Ayen. Ltd., Lacbute Mills, 

QoebM 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., 

ToroDto. Oat 

F. Lake Mfg. Co.. OtUwa, 

Ont 



Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 

Savings Banka 
Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery. 



Recapitulation 

Salaries, Offices of the Assistant Receivers General. 

Payments to the Montreal City and District 
Savings Bank, Montreal, Quebec, for acting as 
Assistant Receiver General at Montreal, and for 
bond transfer work 

Contingencies, including Printing and Stationery 



English Bill Stamps, Postage, etc. 



Bill .Stamps 

Postage 

Composition of stamp duty. 



Lesh — Sundry fees for issuing stock certificates to 
bearer 



Commission for Payment of IntereH on Public Debt, 
etc. 



Commission and brokerage on sinking funds . . 

For services as fiscal agents in I>ondon, England, 
for the year ended Dec. 31, 1928 at rate of £150 
per million of debt 

Commission for cashing Dominion of Canada 
coupons and registered interest 

Fees for registration of l>ond8 domiciled in New 
York 

I of one per cent commission for cashing Dominion 
of Canada coupons 



Printing Dominion Notes, etc. 

Printing Dominion Notes, includins Sales Tax. 
Ink, etc 



Repairing and recovering cylinder mould. 

Groundwood felt 

Oil, gasoline, etc 

Oil 

Carried forward 



9,810 00 



1,140 00 
493 55 
473 23 



11,916 78 
570 72 



98,248 52 



20,000 00 
5,261 77 



1,504 87 
881 77 
214 14 



2,600 78 
1,219 83 



8.657 22 

46,750 21 

15,674 63 

5,750 00 

13,4.j9 33 



488.121 87 
263 39 

128 00 

116 80 

15 30 

44 05 



488,890 01 



111.003 96 



12,487 50 



18 83 



123,510 20 



123,510 29 



1,380 95 



90,291 39 



216,182 63 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 8 — Continued 

Charges of Management — Continued 



65 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



S cts 



t cts. 



Laurcntian Stone Co., Ltd., 

Ottawa, Ont 

Mahoney & Rich, Ottawa, 

Ont.... 

Miller & Richard, Toronto, 

Ont 

OtUwa Drug Co., Ltd., 

Ottawa. Ont 

Pritchard-AndrewB Co., 

Ltd., Ottawa, Ont 

J. S. Robertson, Montreal, 

Que 

A. Workman & Co., Ltd . . . 

F. Rowe 

P. S. Harper 

E.J.Theobalds 

B.Becker 

N, C. Burton 

D. Campbell 

F. Jones 

Y, Lamoureux 

M. B. Little 

A. B. Litle 

M.Paget 

D. M. Racine 

B. Flesher 

M. Boily 

D. A. Brown 



Bank of Montreal, New 
York 



Bank of Montreal, London, 
England 



Bank of Montreal, Ottawa.. 

Department of Public Print- 
ing and Stationery, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Sundry Express Companies 



Courtney, Sears & Brenaan. 
Greene i Robertson 



Abbott Coin Counter Co., 
143rd St. and Wales Ave., 
New York. N.Y 

Capital Motors Ltd.. Ott*- 

wa 

Collector of Customs 

Grant, Holden, Graham, 

Ltd., OtUwa, Ont 

A. E. Hicks 



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Brought forward 

Printing Domimon Notea, etc. — Concluded 

Lime 

Cartage 

Parts for printing press 

Soda Ash 

Steel dies 

Cylinder press rollers 

Supplies for macerating plant 

Salary, April 1. 1928 to Mar. 31. 1929 

1,1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1. 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1, 1928 to May 31, 1928 

1. 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1, 1928 to June 30, 1928 

1. 1928 to Mar. 31. 1929 (less 12 days) 

1. 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1,1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

1, 1928 to Mar. 31. 1929 

Salary, Oct. 29, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 

22. 1928 to Mar. 31. 1929 

22, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929 



Printing, Aivertiaino, Exprest, etc. 

Assay oflSce charges 

Loss on assay 

Customs inspection and entry fees 

Express on bonds 

^ of one per cent commission for handling Rouman- 
ian and Greek coupons 

.\dvertising 

Printing and Stationery 

Express 

Cables 

Postage and registration on bonds 

Printing and Stationery 

Express $ 124, 990 68 

Leas refunds 13,247 47 

Insurance 588 30 

4.272 88 

4,861 28 
Less refunds 856 07 

Rubber wheels 

New chassis $2,112, less allowance on old chassis 

$500 

Duty and Sales tax 

Coin bags 

Cleaning time locks 

Carried forward 



488,690 01 



37 87 

030 

29 52 

133 61 

8 24 

49 34 

13 80 

1,680 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

720 00 

110 10 

720 00 

720 00 

180 00 

696 78 

720 00 

720 00 

720 00 

305 81 

319 35 

319 35 



1,142 87 

633 41 

8 80 

6 19 



825 14 

317 12 

558 32 

3 20 

8 03 

11 60 



8,086 77 
111,743 11 

4,005 21 
050 



1,612 00 
64 28 

1.752 10 
22 00 



215. 182 63 



499,594 OS 



130.790 74 



714.776 71 



66 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 8 — Concluded 

Chaboes of Management — Concluded 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



I ct« 



S eta. 



Mfthoney A Rich, Ottawa. 

J. A. Mayer, Montreal, Que 

O. B. McClintock Co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn 

Porter Safety Seal Co., 
( hicago, lU 

The Postage Meter Com 
pany, Ottawa, Ont 

Pritchard-Andrews Co., 
Ltd., Ottawa 

Receiver General (Poet 
Office Dcpt.) 

Registrar, C.N.Rys 

P. S. Roes & Sons. Montreal 

Royal Auto Sales, Ottawa. 
Steel Fquipment Co., Ltd. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Thornton &. Truman, Otta 

wa, Ont 

L. E. Waterman Co., Ltd. 

Montreal, Que 

Sundry 

Sundry 

Sundry persona 

C. W. Condie 

R. W. Congdon 

H. T. Currie 

T. KniRht 

J. W. McFarlane 

8. P. McC avour 

J. P. Mclvin 

G. A. Morrison. 

F.M.Peters 

8. A. Staden 

C. E. Clarke (chauflfeur). . . 
W. A. Bradley (chauffeur). 



A. Stansfidd 

G, J. Markay 

J. W. Bain 

Clerical assistance 



Walter Duncan. 



Brought forward 

Printino, Advertiang, Expren, etc. — Concluded 



Freight and cartage. 
Coin bag seals 



Dry batteries. 
Seals 



Repairs to electric envelope sealing machine. 
Model dater and rubber stamps 



Repairs to bags 

7'ransfer charges on bonds 

.'^rvices and expenses re inspection of bond syndic- 
ates, Calgary and Vancouver 

Stutz car $6,250 less allowance |2, 100 on used car 



Brackets for truck handles and rubber tires. 
Repairs, etc 



Repairs to fountain pens 

Telegrams 

Oflicc ( ontingencics, Currency Branch 

Maintenance, repairs, etc., to departmental car and 

truck 

Travelling expenses 



^'alary April 1, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929. 
Salary April 1, 1928 to Mar. 31, 1929. 



130,799 74 



2 86 
72 50 

4 32 

125 00 

20 00 

3 20 

13 35 
3 00 

2,672 46 
4,150 00 

25 69 

236 15 

8 13 

7 20 

58 74 

2,404 00 

1.50 75 

208 73 

137 25 

6.54 78 

176 30 

141 24 

810 95 

88 75 

800 70 

90 75 

1,620 00 

1.770 00 



Statutory, Currency Act, 1910 
Trill of PjTt 



Salary and conlinacncirs of Wallrr Duncan, Special 

Investigating Officer under the direction of the 

Minister of Finance 



Salary April 1, 1028 to Mar. 31, 1029. 
Contingencies 



Sundry peraoas. 



Clerical a««t«{anc« in connection u>Hh the tranafer attd 
registration of Bonds 

Clerical assistance 



175 95 

171 45 

177 85 

17 50 



3.670 00 
1.102 29 



714.776 71 



147.256 S4 



542 7S 



4,772 2» 



66.014 3« 
023.362 05 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 9 

Premium, Discount axd Exchange Expenditure 



67 



K 



Rate 



Amount 
Purchased 



Amount 

of 
Premium 



Total 



Premium on Bonds purchased. 



Premium on Sterling Exchange purchased . 



% 

10015 

100-20 

100-425 

100-45 

100-475 

100-50 

100-525 



4-87A 

4-8760 

4-87H 

4-87} 

4-87« 



% cts. 

100,000 00 
5,219,000 00 

350.000 00 
2.555,000 00 

650,000 00 
2.506.200 00 

500,000 00 



£ s. d. 

300.000 
250,000 
684.2.54 6 5 
1,000.000 
250.000 



Discount and Exchange on sundry items. 



I cts. 

150 00 
10,438 00 

1,487 50 
11,497 50 

3.087 60 
12.531 00 

2,625 00 



eta. 



2.312 50 
2.333 33 
6.985 08 
10.833 33 
2,864 58 



41.816 50 



25.328 82 

108 78 

67,254 10 



03«70-«i 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



SnrSBANNUATION No. 1 

Civil Service Superannuation and 

Retirement Act, 1870, Chap 

17, R.8. 1906 . 

Abbott. S. A 

Aikens, J 

Ainsborough, Thos 

Allan. F.J 

Allen. Geo. G 

Allen. H.S 

Allwell, R.J 

Almon. A. W 

Ami. Henry 

Amor, Wm 

Anderson, F. C 

Arrhambault, Marie P 

Archambault, R 

Archer, Wm 

Ardagh, Heniy 

Armstrong, Thoe 

Aflhby.A.H 

Ashe. Ed 

Ashmead, H. A 

Asselin, J. E 

Ayotte. J. E 

Backhouse, Wm 

Bailey. Geo. O 

Baldwin. H. A 

Ball, Thofl 

Ballantine. Elizabeth 

Barker.K.A 

Barcelo, Edouard 

Barrett, John K 

Bathurst, Jaa. W 

Bayly.L. D 

Beahen, Denia 

Beale, Thomas 

Beard, F 

Beatty. A 

Beaucby. P. A. L. A 

Beddoe, C. H 

Beers, J. M 

Belford, Ethel 

Bell, John 

Bellerive, Geoive 

Benjamin, E. H. 

Bennett, J. H 

Bennett, W. E 

B^rub*, Pierre A 

Binks, Geo. J 

Bishop, R. 8 

Blackadar, A. K 

Blair, H. C 

Bliss. T.A.D 

Blomfield, Geo. H 

Bkmdeau, D. 8 

Boddy.J.8 : 

Bobcer. M. K 

Boi^rd.J. H 

Booth, Geo 

Borden. J. W 

Botinceois. Joseph 

Bouteiller, O. A 

Boville.T.C 

Bowser, Praacis 

Boys.T. R 



S cts. 



1,746 60 

1.941 24 

909 96 

2.375 33 

808 92 

694 32 

52 ■■ 84 

1,026 63 

1,182 72 

1,042 60 

1,559 04 

198 30 

909 96 

176 00 

388 56 

930 00 

960 00 

909 96 

855 48 

840 00 

890 64 

454 92 

360 00 

648 00 

818 40 

946 08 

1,367 28 

2,940 00 

2,239 92 

979 92 

285 70 

902 22 

408 47 

2,215 66 

1,260 00 

432 00 

3.020 69 

l,a35 96 

314 64 

699 96 

262 50 

985 80 

540 00 

2,102 63 

501 48 

2,344 92 

1.958 04 
2.484 96 
2.06« 36 

1.959 96 
152 04 

1,642 08 

1,410 12 

1,336 92 

1,936 66 

1,119 96 

2,077 83 

207 00 

1,893 84 

3.733 32 

448 00 

205 01 



1005 
1922 
1916 
1921 
1915 
•1915 
1916 
1917 
1919 
1904 
1921 
1913 
1910 
1921 
1918 
1922 
1901 
1916 
1921 
1921 
1917 
1911 
M911 
1911 
1922 
1907 
1923 
1925 
1910 
1918 
1926 
1921 
1925 
•1907 
1924 
1905 
1920 
1913 
1918 
M918 
1926 
1924 
1921 
1916 
1923 
1906 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1920 
1009 
1918 
1920 
1910 
1918 
1924 
1922 
1906 
1922 
1919 
1923 
1924 
1914 
1911 
1914 
1023 



SUPEBANKUATION No. t 

Bradley, James 

Bray. S 

Brennan, P. J 

Brett. Wm 

Briegal. Frederick 

Brophy, W. M 

Brough, James S 

Broughton. Jas. L 

Brown, J. H 

Buckley, Jas 

Bull,G.H 

Burrows, Wm 

Bussell, John 

Butler, J 

Butler, R.J 

Cairns, A. W 

Caldwell. Thos 

Cameron. Alex. McK 

Campbell. Jos. H 

Caron, A. E 

Carrier, Jos. E. 

Carty , Wm 

Casault, Napol6on 

Chamberlain. A.J 

Chamberlain. H 

Chase. Isaac 

Cheyne, A. J 

Chillas.J. P 

Chubbuck, C. E. D 

Churchill. James 

Clarke, Chas. F 

Clarke, Geo 

Clark, O.S 

Clute. John S 

Cochrane. J. B 

Cochrane. W. C 

Code, W. A 

Coleman, Charles 

Coleman, Lilian 

Comer. Geo. W. H 

Conway. W. A 

Cook. M.E 

Cooper. W.J 

Corbeil.Ed 

Courtman, John 

Cowan, E 

C^x, R.H 

Cox, R.8 

Crabbe,0. R 

Crate. A. E 

Creighton, H. 8 

Crisp, A. C 

Crowe, Wm. J 

Cunningham, F. H 

Curran, Alfred 

Gushing, James J 

Gushing, Jno 

Cuthbert, W. J 

Dale, L.E 

D'Aoust, Omer 

Davidson, J. J 

Davison. L. D 

Deftcon, J. L 

DeLaney . E. J 

De Lisle, Joseph 

De Loni^. Isaiah P. E 

DesMtlmen, D. L 



$ cts. 

260 88 

2, 190 96 

1.179 72 

1,054 80 

1,749 96 

228 80 

1,662 48 

1,435 56 

1,697 40 

339 96 

1,185 24 

481 92 

309 00 

1,042 20 

1,238 08 

2,746 20 

522 00 

1,155 72 

876 35 

1,950 66 

979 92 

249 55 

139 98 

504 00 

679 92 

840 00 

1,092 00 

2,272 32 

1,373 64 

840 00 

1,113 00 

583 32 

1,020 72 

1,263 84 

998 80 

330 99 

1.411 56 

726 00 

624 00 

465 00 

1,875 96 

1,369 56 

1,450 80 

450 72 

1,008 00 

387 00 

1,176 00 

1,266 06 

1,063 02 

1,467 60 

1.110 96 

840 00 

747 M 

2,800 00 

1,042 6« 

619 74 

882 00 

631 06 

329 28 

061 0< 

1.188 00 

665 64 

1,386 00 

039 12 

1.013 28 

430 68 

2.6M44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



69 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



SUPIBANNUATION No. 1 



1924 
1918 
1913 
1900 
1920 
1906 
1917 
1913 
1924 
1920 
1918 
1922 

•1912 
1923 

•1922 
1927 
1917 
1919 

•1902 
1922 
1925 
1922 
1914 
1905 

•1914 
1921 
1912 

•1922 
1922 
1923 
1909 
1926 
1916 
1922 
1920 
1924 
1924 
1916 
1922 
1922 
1916 
1922 
1903 
1899 

•1918 

•1926 

•1922 
1925 
1909 
1912 
1923 

•1914 
1915 
1916 
1922 

•1920 
1921 
1922 
1897 

•1894 

•1924 
1920 
1918 
1922 
1903 
1921 
1922 



Desjardins, A. W 

Devinney, F.J 

Dingman, N. J 

Dodds. E. W. K 

Dodds, Jno 

Doller, W.J 

Doray, J. L. E 

Doucet, Eugene 

Doyle, Mary C 

Driver, Thos 

Dnimmond, Robt. F. 

Duboulay, A 

Du^xan, E. J 

Duplessis, L. J. T. R. 

Durston, R 

Eagleson, John 

Eagieson , Wm . H 

Eaton, Wm. P 

Eckersley , John 

Eckhardt, W. H. A... 

Edwards. E. T 

Elboume, Geo 

Ellis. Rachel G 

Farley. J. F 

Fenerty, A 

Ferguson. Alex 

iFinnegan, Edward 

Fisher. C. E 

Fleming, J. B 

Florence. C 

Flynn. D.J 

Flynn. John 

Flynn. Wm 

Forest. S 

Fortier. L. M 

Foster. A. B 

Foster, Jaa 

Frank, E 

Fnuer, A. J 

Frazer, Peter 

French, J. L 

Frigon, J. A 

Gabriel, J. McX 

Galbraith, J 

Gallet, Alphonse 

Garneau, A. L 

Gass, W. H 

Gaudry. H. D 

Gauthier, Avila 

Gauthier, Pierre 

Gundreau, A. B 

George, F. J 

Gilkie, H. A 

Gillespie, Ed 

Gisborne, F. H 

Glover, J. E 

Godwin, Jas 

Golden, J. J 

Gordon, J. McD 

Gouin, W. G 

Goulet, I 

Gow. W. J 

Graham, Wm. J 

Gray. H. H. O 
Grenier, Adolp)i 

Grimason, T 

Hale, J. S 



$ cts. 

1,119 96 

951 96 

1,890 00 

324 00 

1,270 80 

526 20 

979 92 

1,032 50 

1.379 40 

1,337 78 

1,057 44 

841 44 

1.447 82 

2,013 60 

380 31 

1,218 00 

1,470 00 

979 92 

793 30 

1.764 00 

1,150 32 

1.035 14 

528 00 

727 92 

523 18 

688 32 

549 96 

601 98 

1.959 96 

1.050 00 

680 52 

588 00 

1.096 56 

921 60 

l,90i 92 

2, 152 50 

831 60 

638 52 

1,890 00 

1,152 00 

867 96 

2,625 00 

576 00 

197 52 

657 69 

1,064 00 

489 96 

1,138 56 

2&( 00 

476 16 

1,176 00 

259 95 

417 01 

699 96 

4,200 00 

285 60 

806 40 

1.063 96 

785 28 

12 50 

998 40 

1.526 28 

1,399 93 

1,470 00 

151 32 

1,399 92 

1.805 13 



1914 
1912 
1919 
1922 
1909 
1923 
1904 
1909 
1922 
1924 
1905 
1914 
*1914 
1921 
1918 
1914 
1921 
1905 
1920 
1898 
1923 
'1922 
1887 
1897 
1923 
1904 
1921 
■1921 
1920 
1922 
1901 
1922 
1925 
1927 
1923 
1922 
1897 
1914 
1913 
1920 
1921 
1918 
1919 
1922 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1917 
1912 
1918 
1918 
1922 
1920 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1916 
1923 
1907 
1915 
1921 
1924 
1909 
1921 
1923 



SUPKRANNXTATION No. 1 



Hall, Williams 

Hambly, P. H 

Hanley , Arch'd 

Hanrahan, P 

Harper, James F 

Harrb, G. M 

Harris, J. H 

Hawkesworth. G. A. . 

Hayes, Jeremiah 

Haj^es, John J 

Hayes, W.H 

Hayward, W. G 

Heath, E. L 

Heintz, R. M 

Helliwell, H. N 

Henry, K.J 

Hesson, C. A 

Higgins. Richard 

Hill. W. B. A 

Hopkirk, J. E 

House. W.H 

Howard, J. P 

Howe. Sydenham 

Hudon, A 

Huggan, Wm. T 

Hunt, William Josiah. 

Hutty. R. H. G 

Iler.B 

Isaacson. H. N 

Jackson. E. S 

Jackson. J. A 

James, T. C 

Johnson, B. E 

Johnson. J. E 

Johnstone. G 

Johnstone, W. J 

Jones. Allan 

Jones. C. J 

Jones. James G 

Jones. L. K 

Jones, R 

Jones, W. E. C 

Just. C. F 

Kavanagh. C. E 

Keating. C. J 

Kemp, A. E 

Ketchum, F. E 

Ketchum, W. Q 

Kimber. W 

King, Richard .M 

Kinney, John 

Kirkpa trick, John A. . 

Kirwan, Philip T 

I..alande, J. B. A 

Lander, A 

Lane, H. B. 8 

Langstone, W. H 

I>antier, A. A 

Lapointe, T. H 

Larivi^re, C 

Larose, Anatole 

Larose, Joo^h 

Lawless, M 

Lawrence, J. W 

LeBlanc, Chaa. P 

LeBlanc, J. J 

Ledoux, Jos 



I cts. 

768 48 

410 40 

1,050 00 

1,174 44 

300 00 

1,848 00 

168 00 

677 52 

817 44 

1.200 72 

610 00 

446 64 

126 70 

2,070 72 

1.050 00 

1.959 96 
1.301 16 

228 84 

927 96 

700 00 

1,287 96 

86 26 

1,216 00 

399 96 

1,973 28 

321 96 

1,(M2 20 

1,796 63 

1,559 76 

794 64 

340 00 

1,609 92 

559 92 

2,113 92 

1,609 92 

2.799 96 
1,119 96 
2,450 00 

473 52 

2.800 00 
1,568 76 

951 96 
2,799 96 
1,991 1« 
2.016 00 
1,855 00 
1.092 00 
l,a>0 00 

874 92 
1.189 92 

610 68 
1.260 00 
1.470 00 

875 00 
801 00 

1.960 00 
1.075 44 
2.164 50 

979 93 

1.780 33 

1.020 00 

132 00 

785 28 

S24 16 

191 38 

830 00 

1.060 00 



fp 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



SUPKRANNX7ATI0N No. 1 



I/educ, C 

I^febvre, Louis 

Legault, O 

I^guerrier, J. B 

Le Moine, Jules 

I^tteau, H 

Lightfoot, F. C 

Lilley.J. H 

Lithgow, J. T 

Lloyd, Frank 

Loan, J. B 

Low, A.P 

Lussier, Joseph 

Lynes, K 

Lynn, J 

Lynton, T. C 

MacDonald, Henry 

Macdonald, James 

Afac Donald, Jno. G 

Mackay, J. E. B 

MacKillop, J 

Mackinnon, W. C 

MacLaren, Jno. S 

MacLeod, J. O 

Macpherson, W. T 

Magee, R. G , 

Mailman, J. A 

Mainguy, Philip A , 

Malcolm, Jas 

Maracle, F. K 

Marceau, J. O 

Marshall. J. W 

Martin, J. C 

Martin, Jules G 

Mason, Frederick 

Masse, A , 

Masters, Chas. H , 

Mathieu, A , 

Matthewman, E. H 

May.Ida,M 

Maynard, M. W , 

Mercer, R. G , 

Mercer, Wm. O , 

Merrick, K , 

Middleton, A. T , 

Miggins, M 

Miller, John G 

Milne, Chas , 

Mitchell, Wm 

Moffat, R. B. E 

MoIlard,J. T 

Montisambert, Dr. Fred. 

Moon, F. G 

Moore, T. E 

Moren, M. J 

Morris, Chas. E 

Morrissey . John 

Mulbem.M.M 

MuUin. Thoa 

Mundy. W.A 

Murphy, Wm , 

Murray, J. P 

Myen. Robt 

MoAulev, D 

McCarthy. Nona , 

McClive, John 

MoConnell, R. O 



% cts. 

128 04 
.119 96 
180 00 
112 20 
420 92 
981 48 
502 80 
142 80 
210 00 
309 60 
979 20 
,099 96 
264 00 
442 00 
758 40 
,082 64 
,218 00 
437 60 
520 44 
.030 44 
240 00 
637 92 
700 00 
,100 00 
,224 00 
979 92 
464 76 

559 92 
951 96 
366 36 
758 48 
380 00 
166 84 
156 00 
516 66 
119 96 
776 66 
033 20 
988 00 
696 00 
9'>9 96 
991 16 
959 96 
171 32 

560 96 
216 00 
687 12 
240 36 
062 64 
062 66 
260 00 
791 64 
162 16 
330 44 
431 48 

60 00 
582 12 
810 60 
288 24 
632 08 
416 92 
11Q96 
654 36 
210 00 
066 96 
480 00 
950 88 



StTTBRANNUATION No. 1 



1916 
1921 
1925 

•1922 
1921 
1919 
1921 
1922 
1918 
1922 
1913 
1909 
1922 
1925 
1911 
1899 
1923 
1923 
1909 
1907 
1917 
1916 
1897 
1906 
1909 
1923 
1911 
1917 
1907 
1914 
1922 
1922 
1912 
1897 

•1912 
1924 
1904 
1922 
1917 

•1918 
1922 

•1914 
1914 
1922 
1919 
1922 
1915 
1925 
1913 
1912 
1921 

•1920 
1919 
1914 
1909 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1904 
1912 
1917 

•1922 
1910 
1887 
1907 
1921 



McCormick, Edgar 

McCuUoch, John Oliver. 

McDonald, B. R 

McGill, A 

McGovern, J. J 

McKeown, J. A 

McKinley, C. H 

McKinnon, M 

McLaren, Duncan 

McLelland, N 

McMordie, A 

McNair, W.C 

McN'eil, Neil 

McNeal, W. L 

McNicoi, John 

.Mc Robert, W. H 

McRobie, A. J 

McRobie, J. T 

McShane, J. F 

McTaggart, John 

Nesbitt, Margaret W. . . . 

Nevins, N 

Newberry, I. M 

Newbigging, Thomas L. 

Newbury, C.W 

Newbury, J. C 

Newby, Frank 

Newcomb, Geo. H 

Newman, John J 

Newsome, A. E 

NichoUs, Wm 

Noel, J. P 

Nolet, J. G 

Nugent, James 

O'Brien. W. D 

O'Connell. Ellen M 

O'Connor, Mrs. Eleanor. 

O'Connor, Jas 

O'Connor, John F 

O'Donoghue, D 

O'Donoghue, M. J 

O'Gorman, ("omelius 

O'ljcary. Thos. Jos 

Oliver. F. A 

O'Meara. D. D 

O'Neil.H.T 

O'Regan. W. H 

Orr. D. G.E 

Ouellet. F. X 

Owen, Charles 

PannoU)n, C. E 

Panuline, Thos 

Parish, G. H 

Park, Robt. H 

Parker, Lewis 

Parry. W.S 

Parson, B. A 

Patrick, Mary , 

Payne, Edward 

Pearoe, Wm , 

Pearson, W. O 

Perkins, Francis N , 

T'iorson, ( 'has 

Plamondon, O 

Plante, Gaspard , 

Plunkett, Joseph M , 

Pollock, G.B 



I cts. 

619 66 

,148 64 

,155 92 

,205 00 

,119 96 

544 56 

139 92 

,413 96 

319 38 

,084 08 

481 92 

368 28 

,549 32 

,1")5 60 

,470 00 

288 00 

,260 00 

,092 00 

372 00 

552 00 

699 96 

302 40 

207 60 

476 40 

550 00 

,799 96 

,119 9« 

,560 24 

404 60 

297 24 

,046 04 

841 44 

636 96 

156 00 

488 04 
,386 00 

367 93 
,256 64 
,650 72 

998 16 
.239 96 

238 16 

919 92 

639 96 
.100 00 
,050 00 

972 12 
,113 00 

499 20 

489 96 
932 88 

495 40 
,312 50 

741 00 
,189 92 
.008 00 
.002 00 
,046 04 
960 00 
.380 00 
896 55 
469 50 
271 02 

496 90 
254 00 
898 88 

,082 48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



71 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928^ — Continued 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Superannuation No. I 



Pope, Chas 

Porter, E. H 

Potter, M.J 

Pottinger, David — 

Power, F. J 

Power, John R 

Pringle, Jas 

Prud'homme, L. T.. 

Pryor, Oswald 

Ralph, Arthur R. F.. 

Ram.sden, J. A 

Ramsey, W. J 

Ratchford, C. E 

Raymond, R 

Reading, T. J 

Reed, Hayter 

Reeves, C 

Renton, John L 

Richard, Alphonse... 
Richardson, H. E — 
Richardson, William. 

Richey, W. M 

Rivers, Robt 

Robert, P 

Robin.son L 

Roche, Geo , 

Rochester, F. K 

Rodgers, Geo 

Russell, A.J. H 

Hus^oU, Wm 

Rutherford, Jas 

Sargent, Robert 

Saucier, X 

Saulnier, John 

Saunders, C. J 

Scholes, Adam 

Scott, John 

.Seely, Neil 

.S6guin. F. O. O 

Sewell, T. C 

.Seymour, A. J. B 

Shannon, S. L 

Shaughnessy, John... . 

Shaw. G. A 

Shaw, H. S 

Shaw, Mary 

Shaw, M. M 

Sherwood, H 

Simard, Jean B. M... . 

Simard, L6on 

Simons, J 

Simpson, A. F 

Simpson, H. E 

Sims, J. C 

Skelly. E.J 

Smith, C. E 

Smith, D.J 

Smith, E. L 

Smith, Geo 

Smith, Gertrude 

Smith, John 

Smith, J. Rose 

Smith, Mark 

Smith, T.J 

.Sowter, T. W. E 

Sparks, Robert 

Spenoe, F. H 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

1,470 00 

210 00 

1,540 00 

4,899 96 

1,119 96 

1,0.50 00 

993 74 

1,680 00 

862 00 

603 96 

1,160 64 

847 00 

1,0.50 00 

1,119 96 

1,019 64 

938 63 

602 52 

910 00 

420 00 

7.52 16 

388 21 
534 60 
260 00 
841 44 

1,099 56 

1,088 00 

2,171 16 

723 72 

072 00 

(■>22 86 

1,899 24 

16 77 

2,346 24 

181 92 

746 64 

422 76 

504 00 

216 00 

1,936 .56 

1,218 00 

540 00 

4,200 00 

768 00 

403 20 

1,556 52 

736 20 

389 00 
1,872 50 
1,073 28 

564 36 

1,260 00 

2,3.58 00 

1,008 00 

700 00 

1,084 08 

1,260 00 

S39 97 

481 00 

1,067 49 

591 50 

169 92 

980 00 

7.50 84 

93 33 

1,302 00 

1,248 24 

1,050 00 



Re- 
tired 



1921 
1924 
1921 
1920 
*1921 
1919 
1924 
1925 
1905 
1924 
1914 
1921 
1919 
1919 
1924 
1922 
1926 
1927 
1916 
*1901 
1925 
1922 
1911 
1920 
1915 
1897 
1924 
1927 
1917 
1901 
1922 
1927 
1922 
'1921 
1913 
'1912 
1918 
1906 
1921 
1911 
1917 
1925 
1921 
1921 
1897 
1907 
1919 
1915 
1915 
1923 
1921 
1913 
1922 
1903 
1916 
1917 
1922 
1900 
1908 
1918 
1901 
1909 
1920 
1922 
1918 
1920 
1901 



Name 



Superannuation No. 1 



Spencer, J. H 

Springate, Geo 

Sproule, J. F 

Stanton, C 

^teacy, C 

>5f.ccle. E. Y 

Stephenson, E. F 

Stevens, W. F 

Stewart, Chas. R 

Stewart, D 

Stewart, H. E 

Stewart, W. C. E 

Stf)kes, Wm 

Storr, Ira W 

St. Denis, E. H 

St. Onge, J. A 

Strange, J. Campbell.... 

Strong, William 

Sutherland, Geo. C 

Suthern, F 

Swaine, G. B 

Sweetnam, G. B 

Symes, P. B 

rarh6, J. C 

Talbot, Octave Z 

Tan.sey, D 

Taylor, C.J 

Taylor, E. H 

Thpakston, Major John. 

Thomas, G. A 

Thompson, A. G 

Thompson, D 

Throop, A. W 

Till, Thomas M 

Toupin, F. X. J. A 

Turgeon, C. E 

Turner, H. H 

Upper, A. H 

Valeur, Jos. A 

Venning, R. N 

V6zina, Ulrich 

Wagner, D.J, 

Wagner, M. A 

Walker, E.M 

Walker, Wm.B 

Wallace, J. J 

Walsh, Robert 

Ward, Joseph 

Warwicker, W. S 

Watson, C 

Watson, Jas. W 

Webber, E.M 

Wells, W.J 

Wheeler. F.C 

Whitcher, A. H 

White, Robt. 8 

Wigle, A 

Williams, Jo8 

Williams, ThomM 

Wills, Geo. W 

Wil.wn, I. H 

Wilson, John 

Wilson, Jos 

Wilson, W.T 

Wood.E. B 

Wood, John 

Woodland. I. H 



Amount 
paid 



I eta. 

1.119 96 
895 92 
9.53 40 

2,916 66 
806 09 

1.120 00 
3,0^ 29 
1,283 76 

452 16 
2,100 00 

712 92 
2,0.55 91 

980 00 
2,310 00 
2,736 96 

721 20 
2,730 00 

4S4 44 

223 92 
22 50 

297 48 
1,512 00 
1.586 64 
2,046 24 
1,020 81 

300 00 
2,331 00 
1,176 00 

657 24 

351 96 
2.391 45 

263 01 
2.5.-U24 
1.067 40 
1,635 00 

559 98 
1.434 96 

187 08 
1.027 80 
1.981 32 
1.250 04 
1.020 60 

889 08 
1.445 04 

207 00 
1,749 90 

734 94 

048 12 

066 84 
1,224 00 
1,218 00 

652 00 
l.OIO 22 

S62 00 
1,470 00 
1,890 00 
2.190 84 

SOOOO 
1,782 00 
1,302 00 

201 24 

880 28 
1,010 88 
1,876 14 
1,470 00 

019 08 

120 SO 



72 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — ContintLed 



Re- 
tired 



1917 
1922 
1912 



1925 
1918 
1916 
1922 
1917 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1912 
1926 
1922 
1919 
1926 
1924 
1927 
1922 
1919 
1927 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1913 
1927 

•1923 
1920 
1913 
1913 
1921 
1916 
1927 
1923 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1913 

•1922 
1913 
1917 
1911 
1914 
1917 
1922 
1924 
1927 
1913 

•1920 
1915 



Name 



SnPBBANNUATION No. 1 

Wright, Jos 

Wright. R. P 

Young, G. H 

Less transfer from No. 1 to No. 2 
Fund — adjustment 

Total, Superannuation No. 1 

Superannuation No. 2 

Civil Service Superannuation and 

Retirement Act. 1893, Chap. 

17 ,R.S. 1906 

Atkinson, J. H. C 

Bdgin. Ludger 

Bernard, Henry 

Caron, Louis 

Davieau, P 

Farrell, F. J 

Farrow. H. W 

Francis, Jno 

Grey. C. L 

Hoey, Wm 

Humphrey, Wyndham 

Johnston, R. A. A 

Kennedy, J 

KLssick, W.J 

Lambert, T. E 

Lamcre, Joseph 

Leyden, M 

Loftus, S. R 

MacCallum, J. S 

MacLaughlin. T. J 

Martin, E. S 

Mitchell, Thomas 

Montanari, A. N. P 

Morgan, M. H 

McCandlish, Alfred 

McLeod, E. B 

McMartin, D 

O'Brien, A. H 

Osborne, F. A 

Paradis, Eugene 

Pbctan, Dr. Daniel 

Picken. Thos 

Porter, N 

Reading, W.B 

Riggs, Jas 

Ring. M.J 

Roe. Geo. H 

Rogers, T 

Ross, H. E 

Rouillard. A 

Ryan. W. L 

SoQtt, Jno. L 

Shaw. Margaret 

Simpson, A. M 

Thompaon. W. H 

Williams. M. A 

Wwxl.S.J 

Wright. J. P 

Young, R. St. B 

Plus trannfor from No. 1 to No. 2 
Fund — Adjustment 

Total, Superannuation No. 2 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

1,734 45 
1.0S4 08 
1,750 00 

-1,183 50 



573,489 55 



1,041 60 
431 88 
431 88 
702 36 
384 00 

1,052 76 
799 20 
625 08 

1,386 00 

327 00 
1,066 32 
2,593 44 

699 96 

906 72 

2,064 60 

1,193 40 

1,024 06 

714 92 

1,173 60 

1,592 50 

1,011 12 

923 28 

575 47 

313 80 

1,696 20 

900 00 

723 60 

1,741 50 

578 64 

1.944 00 

1.386 00 

702 72 

1.207 59 

1.591 92 

998 16 

1,035 36 

452 76 

261 00 

144 00 

643 90 

480 00 

376 08 

528 00 

909 96 

882 00 

1.539 96 

328 68 
66 6« 

436 32 

+1.183 50 



45,773 48 



Re- 
tired 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
►1920 
1920 
1920 
'1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
•1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 



1922 
1922 
1924 
1920 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1923 
1924 
•1021 
1924 



Name 



SnriRANNTTAnoN No. 3 

(Printing Bureau) 

Allan, William C 

Askwith, Francis 

Baker, Alexander 

Baker, Guy C 

Belleau, Laurent A 

lionnell, Amos 

("harrier, M6d6ric 

Connelly, Margarite 

Donnelly, John 

Ducharme, Alfred 

Farrer, Sarah J 

Gagn6, Nsipoleon 

Godin, Th6ophile 

Gorman, Thos. M , 

Jobin, Jean Baptiste 

Juneau, Pierre A 

Lecourt, Raphael 

Lepine, Jos 

Mahoney, Johanna 

Maurier, Murius J 

Reynolds, William H 

Richard, Joseph E 

Rigby, Catharine T 

Savery. Sophie 

Seguin, Joseph 

Servant, Louis 

Teague, Wm. C 

Thoburn, Daniel 

Twoy, Mary 

V'aliquotte, Mary Ann 

Wellard, Alfred 

Total, Superannuation No. 3 



Superannuation No. 4 

Public Service Retirement Act 
of 1920 

Abbey, A. B 

Abercrombie, R 

Ackerman, A 

Adams, J. A 

Adams, W. A 

Adamson, W.J 

Addison, Robt 

Aird, G. D 

Aitkens, Alex 

Alexander. F. J 

Alexander. John F 

Allan. H 

Allan.J.B 

Allen, J. W 

Allen. W. A 

Allin. W.W 

Almon,G. W. R 

Amcy, W.J 

Amira, C. A 

Andrews, 8. D 

Annand,T.E 

Antoney, C. C 

Appclton, Edward 

Archer. W. A 

Ard, John 



Amount 
paid 



I ots. 



942 84 
566 16 
678 00 
678 00 
922 56 
678 12 
557 44 
156 68 

677 88 

678 00 
39 82 

678 00 
678 00 
678 12 
710 40 
678 00 
265 79 
611 28 
284 88 
683 64 
922 68 
678 00 
290 88 
290 88 
613 08 
553 92 
683 64 
780 96 
290 76 
165 12 
678 00 



17.791 53 



471 24 
145 8U 
507 48 
398 88 
724 50 
573 72 
845 88 
561 60 
436 80 

1.094 76 
497 40 
933 96 
972 36 
116 16 
293 58 
360 00 

1,014 96 
533 16 
402 36 
727 92 
794 52 
632 33 
975 48 
2M40 
216 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



73 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 




SUPCRANNUATION No. 4 



Armstrong, E. M. . . . 

Armstrong, F. J 

-Armstrong, F. S 

Armstrong, John 

Armstrong, Nelson. . 

Atkins, B. R 

Atkinson, H 

Atkinson, W 

Aube, VV 

Auger, A. L 

Auger, V 

Aylesworth, Geo. A. 

Bahin, E 

Babington, F. W 

Bacon, J 

Badeau, N 

Bagnell, E 

Baillie. C. H 

Bajus, W.J 

Baker, Wm 

Bailantine, A 

Bam brick, Edward . 

Barfof.t. S. R 

Barry, E.J 

Bart, Alfred 

Barton, A 

liarton, Samuel 

Bastien, J. A 

Batterton, Thos 

Battle, K. M 

Baylie, Chas 

Beardsley, G 

Beauchesne, J. A ... . 
Beaudet, Captain J. . 

Beckett, E. W 

liedard , Eugene 

Bedar<l, J 

Bedard, V 

Beddoe, W. A 

Beer, F. H. 
Beers, F. 
Begin, P. A. 
Belanger, Adrien. 
Belanger, August. 
Belanger, G. 

Belanger, L 

Belanger, Philias 

Bell. F. S 

Bell, J. J 

Belleau, J, A 

Beileperche, A. J. E. 

Bennett, C 

Bennett, W. A 

Bennett. W. V 

Bennie, J. K 

Benson, P. H. C 

Berard, J. C 

Bergeron, Jos 

Bergeron. N . . 
Bergcvin, \V. . 
Bergin, Ja.s 
Borlinquet. F. X. T. 

Hcrnasconi, G. A 

Bemier, Chas. C 

Bemior, Jos. Z 

Beroard,C.P. v.... 
Bigney, J. E 



I cts 

985 32 
750 00 
649 92 
16 38 
108 48 
651 00 

1,997 40 
216 12 
5M 64 

1,390 00 
897 72 
504 00 
750 00 

1,650 00 
118 44 
881 52 
230 16 
480 00 
345 48 
849 96 
447 84 
487 56 

1,200 00 
291 00 
924 12 
267 00 
37 92 
235 68 
283 39 

431 88 
1,041 60 

447 96 

432 72 
418 20 
393 24 
661 68 
626 28 
462 00 
985 60 
402 79 

6 28 

1,050 00 
171 12 
405 00 
644 52 
533 28 
275 00 
393 24 
559 9^ 

1,290 00 
888 96 
468 72 
326 28 

1,224 90 
804 96 

1,165 44 
747 48 
541 44 
632 40 
265 68 
819 00 

1.440 00 

1.609 36 
700 00 
617 44 

1,404 12 
301 61 



1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1924 



SUPEHANNUATION No. 4 

Binks, T. C 

Bishop, Thos 

Biasonnette, L 

Black, John 

Black, T.McC 

Blai8,J. C. F 

Blake.F.L 

Blanchard, I. M 

Blaxland. S. W 

Blette, P 

Blois, J 

Boileau, J 

Boivin, F 

Boles, Thos 

Bolton, M.E 

Booth, John 

Booth, Thos 

Bottomley, W. G 

Bouchard, P. A 

Boudreault, F 

Boulais, D 

Boulay, M. L. C 

Bourbonnais, O 

Bourgault, C. E 

Bourget, A 

Bourke, M 

Bouvier, Ulric 

Bowden, G. M. M 

Bowman, A 

Boyd, J. C 

Boyd, Jno 

Boycr, M. A 

Boyle, Jas 

Boyle, Robt 

Brabazon, A. J 

Braden, E. P 

Brady, J. C 

Bruult, L 

Breen, R 

Bremner, C 

Brice. E. E 

Brisson, J. B 

Brodie. A. W 

Brooks, H 

Brossard , T 

Brosseau, S. H 

Brown, Agnes L 

lirown, Alex 

Brown, Allan 

Brown, Denis 

Brown. George B — 

Brown, J. C 

Brownlow, W 

Brunet, L. B. C 

Bryce, P. H 

i^uehanan, D. J 

Buchanan, G 

Bucke.M 

Bunelle, Geo. L 

iiurgoM, T 



Burke, Hy 

Burnett. W.B... 

Bums, A. W 

Bums, Margaret.. 

Burns, Mary 

Bums, R.J 

Burroughs. A.. . 



324 48 

474 89 

750 12 

2,400 00 

539 52 
660 00 

1,365 00 
266 64 
171 96 
679 32 
709 44 
240 72 

282 00 

389 28 
502 56 
109 92 
106 80 
205 26 
340 20 

99 96 
197 76 
650 00 

89 64 
316 66 
473 88 
446 64 
200 76 
649 92 
168 00 
918 60 

390 60 
940 56 
280 80 
259 20 

1,560 00 
647 88 
483 00 
463 92 
559 92 
351 00 
373 33 
223 56 
324 00 
163 08 
367 92 

283 32 

540 83 
1,104 96 

1 ! ( \*) 

■\:\ MS 

1,408 68 

1.099 92 
636 00 

1,1.H3 28 
405 00 
175 92 
530 04 

1.050 00 
548 28 
360 60 
ncs .'« 

>:; (H) 
lot .(4 
•KKi 44 
SJ'l (»> 

7:>('> {M 



fS4 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 16 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928^ — Continued 



Name 



SuPBRANNtJATION No. 4 



Burrows, Joe 

I^ushen, Joeiah 

Hussolle, A. W 

Cairns. A. E 

Caldwell, J. W 

Cameron, K 

<"anieron, Jno 

Campbell, A. E 

Campbell. D. A 

Campbell, David.... 

Campbell. J. M 

Campbell. Jno 

Campbell. M 

Card, Chas 

Carey, B. T 

Carey, Jno. A 

Carmichael, D 

Caron, F. X 

Carpentier, C 

Carr. Thoe 

Cartier, L. A. D 

Carty, John 

Cashen. Jas 

Casselman. L. J 

Caven, John 

Chad wick, F 

Chagnon, J. E 

Chamberland, H. C. 

( hambers, L. H 

Chambers. S. E 

Champa^e, T 

Chaplin, T 

Chaput. Z 

Charbonneau, N 

Charland, J 

Charlier, E 

Charlton, C. H 

Chartrand, Chae 

Chartrand, D 

('hartrand, G 

Chevrier, B 

Chinic.E.N 

Chisholm . John J. . . . 

Chr>'8tal, A. 8 

Church, Geo. C 

Chute, F.B 

Clancy, M 

Clapin, E 

Clarke. C.H 

Clarke, H.G 

Clarke, John D 

Clarke, M.F 

Clarke. N 

CUrke. R.O 

rieitfy.M 

Clement, A 

Clement, G.T 

<"lendinnei . C. A. E. 

C lerke. Robt 

tloee.C. W 

Coatee. J. T 

Cochrene. Leo. W,.., 

Comwell.O. H 

Conoon, Thos 

Collcy, F 

Collina, F. A 

Connolly, W 



Amount 
paid 



$ cts 

254 10 
351 24 
840 00 
553 68 
1,020 60 
112 16 
40 40 
396 60 
240 00 
212 52 
612 84 
7.57 44 
225 53 
248 64 
547 44 
158 28 
350 40 
394 32 

306 00 
232 32 
924 00 
399 96 
387 31 
144 96 
483 00 

1,140 00 

265 68 

39 45 

1,137 52 
609 48 
511 80 
314 40 
21 84 
605 94 
406 08 
639 03 
531 24 
594 60 
231 48 
222 00 
630 48 
689 92 
759 96 
234 00 
372 00 
128 28 
660 00 

307 92 
795 00 
540 00 

1.733 28 
1.033 99 
225 00 
447 36 
305 88 
379 44 
540 UO 
900 00 
061 20 
980 00 
«09 96 
088 68 
952 27 
288 00 
47t 84 
607 44 
1,087 92 



Re- 
tired 



1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1 •^•24 
1021 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 

•1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1923 

•1921 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1921 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 

•1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1921 
1922 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1922 



Name 



SUPERANNtJATION No. 4 

Cooke, Chaa. A 

Copp, A. O 

Corbeil, L 

Corkery, John 

Corkum, J. S 

Comer, K 

Cosgrave. Robt 

Cosgrove, T 

Cosftrove, Geo 

Cosky, L 

C6t6, Alfred 

C6t6, 1 

Courbron, E 

Cournoyer, B 

Cournoyer, Jean 

Courtney, D. G 

Coutts. J.J 

Couture, C. A 

Cowling, R 

Cox.Mrs.S.S 

Cragg. Jno 

Craig. B. F 

Craig, Geo 

Craig, Jas 

Craig, J. A 

Craig, R. W 

Craig, W.E 

Cranston, A. J 

Cr^peau . Wm 

Crilly. Wm. H 

Crites. D. A 

Croucher, Geo. A 

Cruickshank. Geo. A 

Cummings. W 

Curry. Chas 

Custaloe, R 

Cyr, E 

D'Aoust, A 

Daley, Robt 

Dalgliflh.G.M 

Dallain. A. J 

Dargavel. W. G 

Dauphin, A 

Daveluy, J. A. P 

David, T 

Davis. L. C 

Davy, Edward 

Davy.E. S. F 

Dawson, J. P 

Dawson, Dr. W. B 

Deasy, Thos 

Deavy, Thos 

Dechlne, A. M 

Delaney, John 

Delfosse, A. P. V 

Denoault, Wm 

Dencchaud, C 

Dery , Joseph 

Deschesnes, M 

Dcflforges. X 

DesiletA, J. A 

Desjardins, P 

Desmarais, H. O 

Desmarais, 8 

Desrochers, Z 

Deeroohee. M . L. C 

Deerociera, L. A 



Amount 
paid 



t cts. 

1.089 96 
336 00 
8S5 00 

1.496 64 

29 97 

518 52 

•MO 36 

484 99 

622 20 

900 00 

936 48 

40 57 

282 00 

570 48 

77 55 

1,136 64 
575 64 

1.035 00 
549 24 
805 92 
195 00 

1,092 00 

1.393 32 
265 80 
396 00 
494 93 
410 76 
6C0 72 
331 08 
189 00 
776 52 
429 96 
645 60 
336 84 

204 00 
416 64 

205 30 
174 72 
436 44 
625 32 

1,140 00 
293 44 
216 60 
857 76 
264 48 

206 64 
309 38 
453 24 

1,380 00 

2.100 00 

1,106 64 

659 40 

906 88 

750 00 

281 64 

85 02 

502 56 

727 44 

203 16 

236 16 

754 08 

292 71 

139 68 

472 68 

609 36 

393 72 

1,754 1« 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ' 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



T8 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



1924 
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1924 
1934 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1923 
1922 
1923 
1924 
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1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
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1921 
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1922 
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1922 
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1921 
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1924 
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1921 
1921 
1924 
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•1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
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1923 
1924 
1921 
1923 
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1924 



SUPEBANJTCATION No. 4 

Devine, Patrick 

Dickson. W.H 

Dionne, P 

Doherty, Chas. G 

Doherty.I. W 

Doig. James 

Donaldson, Jno 

Donovan, W. M 

Dooley, J. J 

Doran, Wm 

Dorion, D. N 

Dorval.G.S 

Douglas, R. C 

Dovle. E. F 

Doyle. H.E 

Drake. E. F 

Drapeau, J. A. P 

Drapeau, P 

Drew. A. G. F 

Drillio, Geo 

Driscoll, Daniel 

Driscoll, James L 

Driscoll, Patrick 

Drolet, A 

Drolet, J 

Drolet, Pierre 

Dub6, Jos 

Dubois. A 

Ducloa, Geo 

DucIoB.P 

Dugal. A 

Dunbar, R. C 

Duncan, W 

Dunlop, Jno 

Dunn, J. A 

Duplessis, L 

Dupuis, A 

Dyble, JohnH 

Dye, Benjamin 

Earl, R. W 

Eddie. Chaa 

Eddy.J. A 

Edgar, J 

Edgar. W.W 

Edwards, J. F 

Eldridge, C.C 

Elliott. Chaa 

Elliott, C. H 

Klliott, Eli»a 

p:iliott, G. W 

Elliott, Thos 

Ellis. J. H 

Ellis. Wm.T 

Elstcrman. F. W. B 

Emery, H 

Emmett. CD 

Emmett, F 

KnKland , Frederick 

Erratt, W. H 

Ewing, R 

Eynouf , Geo 

Fahey, J 

Fairen. F 

Farquaharson, D. R 

Farrel, Julia 

Farrell, Minnie J 

FarreU. P 



S cts. 

702 00 
790 20 
461 64 
211 56 
539 52 
467 16 

294 12 
779 76 
244 08 
106 00 
505 08 
549 60 

1,283 34 
577 50 
496 92 

2,274 96 
936 24 
771 60 
493 44 
565 44 
529 56 
44 96 
306 00 
250 68 
220 08 
277 20 
503 88 
546 60 
862 92 
954 24 
660 00 

1,031 28 
315 00 
425 16 

714 12 
430 56 
213 48 
378 00 
198 00 
474 96 
722 40 
778 08 
699 96 
900 00 
570 57 
900 00 
910 56 
750 00 
263 40 
949 92 
478 08 

50 86 
535 92 
311 66 
727 92 
354 36 
289 06 
306 96 

295 06 
839 32 
146 51 
681 00 
760 44 

715 56 
534 96 
832 50 
496 00 



1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1921 

•1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 

•1921 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1924 
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1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1922 
1920 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 

•1921 
1921 
1924 

•1923 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1923 

•1924 
1922 



SuPKBANmrATioN No. 4 

Farrell, Wm. J 

Farrow, M. Y 

Farrer, Emma E 

Faulkner, Geo 

Favelle, John 

Ferguson, D 

Ferguson, J. N 

Ferriman, W. J 

Finkle, H.J 

Finlayson, A 

Fisher, C. A. L 

Fitzgerald. E. W 

Fjeldsted, T 

Fleming. G. S 

Fleming, Wm 

Fletcher, Hugh 

Fletcher. R. W 

Flett, Jas 

Flynn, M 

Foran, J. K 

Ford, Mabel 

Foreman, H 

Forest, S 

Forget, A 

Forrest, Alex 

Forsyth, J. R 

Fortier, A 

Fortin, F. X 

Fortune, Robt 

Foster, J. H 

Fotheringham, Geo 

Fowler. J. J 

Francoeur, A 

Eraser, D 

Eraser, Jas. L 

Eraser, M 

Fredenburgh, G. C 

Frenett. J. L 

Frink.J. H 

Fuller, R. L 

Fullerton, John 

FuUerton, R 

Fulthorp, G. E 

Fumival, S 

Gagne, F. X 

Galbraith, Wm 

Gamble, S 

Gammon, T 

Gaston. John 

Gaudet, P 

Gaumond, Thos 

Gauvin, Joseph C 

Gauvreau, Alex 

Gauvreau, J. A 

GMivreM. N. B 

Genest, J. B 

Gent, A 

Geonteson, J.. 

Germain, M 

Gervais. Wm 

Gibbons, John 

Gibbons, J. A 

Gibson. John 

Giddons. F. W 

GifTen. I. L 

Gilchrist. JamM 

Gillespie, Wm 



S cts. 

933 24 
795 00 
229 56 
156 72 
376 56 
832 47 
871 80 
714 48 

665 83 
221 3« 

127 02 
943 32 
139 92 

1,176 00 
289 92 
465 72 
923 52 
97 49 
305 16 

1.722 48 

666 36 
693 48 
753 96 
647 40 

1.625 28 
1.078 68 
1.643 28 
786 48 
315 72 
476 64 
666 60 
241 5< 
166 86 
295 M 

128 28 
601 06 
360 00 
147 48 
980 52 

1,271 04 
518 76 
137 S7 

342 87 
270 00 
799 92 
481 92 
142 92 
203 40 
236 1« 
984 72 
883 40 
820 68 

343 08 
480 00 

1,032 00 
611 04 
368 U 
150 04 
M<7t 
C20» 
24 7S 
448 10 
800*4 

1,904*1 
410 M 
U0» 
40171 



76 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continiied 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



SursaANNTJATION No. 4 



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1924 

•1924 
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1921 
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1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 

•1924 

•1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1922 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 

•1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1924 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1920 
1923 



Gillis, Jno 

Gingras, £. X 

Girard, Chas 

Giroux, W.J 

Glover, Thos 

Goodday , L 

Goodhue. M. L. E. B 

Gordon, A. E 

Gordon, F. G '. 

Gore, W.J 

Goudie, John G 

Gould, I. A 

Grace, P.J 

Graham, A 

Graham, H. C 

Graham, S. L. C 

Graham, W 

Graham, W.R 

Granger, I 

Grant, A. F 

Grasse, P. L 

Gray, Geo. W 

Grace, Wm 

Green, M 

Green. Thos 

Gregory, Chas 

Grenier, Jos 

Grenier, S., 

Grey, F. W 

Grice, Jno 

Grieve, A. D 

Griffith, W. L 

Grison. A. A 

Guenet, A 

Guerard. A. E 

Guindon. A 

Hackett, Annie 

Hagen. S. C 

Hagerty, B 

Hall. Geo. A 

Hail. Richard 

Hall. R. P 

Halle, F 

Halpenny, J. H 

Hamel. A , 

Hamel. M 

Hamilton. I , 

Hamilton. P.J 

Hamilton. W. B 

Hanilett, O 

Hampshire. C. C 

HandTE.J 

Handy. Jos 

Hanley. H 

Hanlon. Mary A 

Hanlon. B. J 

Hanfion. P 

Iturding, Jaa 

If arrid. G. M 

Harria, T. A 

Harvey. J. W 

HaMtings. T \ 
Haws. W. 

Hay. Jos ... 

Hayne, Thos 

Heath, Geo , 

Hobert, John ^&^ , 



I cts. 

429 36 
1,050 00 
250 08 
377 40 
229 06 
401 28 
603 72 
175 92 
584 32 

414 00 
780 00 

1,174 92 

290 18 

78 72 

1,608 72 

497 88 

243 24 

1,948 32 

351 96 

366 60 

655 75 

339 96 

5^19 00 

106 63 

261 69 

300 00 

454 56 

235 80 

492 60 

675 58 

1,009 92 

3,246 88 

1,138 32 

354 96 

534 66 

415 92 
744 96 
317 16 
561 48 

1,034 40 
469 92 
636 35 

1,072 20 
540 00 
655 80 
96 06 
711 24 
624 84 
597 00 
228 00 
840 00 
661 12 
729 72 
269 28 
641 66 
616 84 
316 84 
344 04 
810 80 
694 00 

1,008 00 
828 00 
426 84 
439 92 
511 20 
828 08 
728 24 



SUPBBANNCATION No. 4 



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1921 
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1923 
1924 
1924 
1921 
•1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
•1923 
1934 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
•1924 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1923 
1923 
1923 
'1924 
1921 
1921 
1921 
'1921 
'1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 



Heeschen, C. C 

Heffler, E 

Heise, W 

Hembrough, Thos. 

Henderson. A 

Henderson, Wm. . . 

Kcnlcy. I. C 

Hensbaw. G. H. . . 

Keppelle. E 

Herhold.A.. 

Herchmer. F. K... 

Hicks, A. M 

Hick.son, R. J 

HiiiKins, Wm 

Higinan, O 

Hill. J. F 

Hill. R.T 

Hill, T. H 

irillier, E. G 

Hodgson, G 

Koey, Jas 

Hollins,J. M 

Homer, F. W 

Hope, Geo. F 

li'orner, F. B 

Houde, G 

Houle, Jos 

Houston, Geo 

Howard, K 

Howard, T. A 

Howe, Thos 

Howell, Thos 

Howson, Geo. H... 

HubbcU, A. H 

Hubloy, C. F 

Hudson, Chas 

Hughes, J. W 

Hughes, Wm 

Ffuinphries, T 

Hunt. B.J 

Hunt, Robert 

Hunter, Jas 

Hunter, S 

Hurst, John 

Hutchins, R. F 

Hutchin.son, H. H.. 

Hutton. H.W 

Hynds, R. W 

Imlah, J 

Ireland, C 

Jackson, F.N 

Juck.son, S.J 

Jack.son, W 

James, R. F 

Jarnicson, Wm. A. 

Joan, E 

JelTcott, J. E 

JclTrcy, C 

Jenks,J. N 

Jenkins, Wm 

Johnson, I. S 

Johnson, E. V 

John.-* ton, C. W 

Johnston, C. H.J... 

Johnston, David 

Johnstone, H.W 

Johnston, Jane McI . 



$ cts. 

561 60 
412 92 
272 64 
762 63 
560 56 

1.500 00 
385 22 
624 74 
179 24 
600 00 

1.434 96 
8:i2 81 
907 08 
196 56 

2,179 08 

1,168 20 
437 40 

450 00 
606 66 
705 00 
506 66 
712 80 

11 69 
499 92 
447 96 
643 44 
283 92 
239 04 
320 04 

390 00 
1,140 00 

852 00 
565 92 
404 16 
775 92 
872 04 
330 11 
474 24 
1,380 00 
914 28 
305 16 
821 88 
494 28 

391 93 
459 72 
666 60 
319 44 
271 30 

55 64 
105 30 
720 00 

451 92 
173 94 
481 56 
736 48 
333 24 
861 36 
170 16 

49 92 
973 66 
640 00 
770 16 
838 60 
317 04 
207 96 
900 00 
300 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



77 



AmouNTS paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 




SUPIRANNUATION No. 4 

Jones, A . E 

Jones, C . H 

Jones, Thos 

Jukes, H. A 

Kealev, H 

Kealey, M.T 

Kcays, E. M 

Kelly. G. P 

Kemp, E 

Kennedy, Wm 

Kenney, J. J 

Kerr, J. W 

Kilduff,P.A 

King.G.C 

KinKsmill, E. A 

Kingston, J. S 

Kinsman, R. W 

Kirk, J. T 

Kirkwood, J. S 

Knox, Jos 

Kuhlman, J 

Kurs, Jos 

Kylie, Richard 

Labelle, F 

Lal>elle. Jos. E 

Labine, G , 

Labont6, L 

Lacombe, A 

Lacombe, L 

Lacouture, L 

Lacroix, E. O. H 

I-acroix, S. C 

I.aflamme, V 

Laforest, J 

Lafortune, D 

Lafrancc, I 

Lagace, O 

Lahaye, O 

Lake, Wm 

Lally. F 

Lalonde, E 

Lalonde, L. N 

Lamarre, A 

Lamoureuz, A 

I.urnoureux, F 

I-anKelicr, F 

LanRevin, P 

Lanteigne, G 

I.apicrrc, L 

Laplante, J, B 

I.aprise, Job 

I.arivfec, H 

l-.iriviire, N 

Laroque, J 

Larose, W 

tendresse, M. A....i. 

vallee, J. B 

Lavictoire, E 

I.earmouth, A 

Lcbano, M 

I.fbel. Chaa. A 

Leinanc. B 

I>oblanc, J 

I.oBlanc, R 

I^blanc, S 

I^rlair, P 

Lwlerman, Acne* 



S Ct8 

747 48 

9fl3 30 

50 14 

1,134 00 
270 00 
452 57 
660 00 
302 40 
963 00 
404 64 
189 00 
610 08 
480 00 

1,999 92 
618 72 
493 32 
346 56 
555 72 

1,107 48 

363 96 

613 32 
637 44 
451 92 
180 00 
288 00 

1,366 56 

338 40 
432 48 
222 48 
711 72 
767 40 
722 64 
639 60 
786 60 
589 68 
394 20 
169 20 

614 28 
582 72 
953 28 
162 72 
512 88 
248 52 

428 40 
140 88 
487 44 
670 80 

339 06 
94 44 

231 55 
609 84 
767 40 
4.')3 24 

364 68 
1,369 44 

415 33 
322 67 
448 68 
173 24 
60 37 
840 00 

429 96 
420 36 
553 32 
471 24 
637 44 
026 68 



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1924 
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1922 
1924 
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1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
'1921 
1924 
1924 
'1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
■1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1921 
'1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
'1922 
1921 
1923 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1022 



SCPERANNTTATION No. 4 

Lefebvre, A 

Legendre, Mrs. L 

Lemieux, J. A 

Lemieux. J. N 

Lem jeux, Z 

Lemire, J. N 

Lenghen, C. G 

Leonard, J 

Lepage, C 

Lewis, A 

Lewis, Lydia J 

Lewis, M 

Liberge, F 

Limoges, A 

Lindeburgh, A. V 

LinlofT, E 

Little.C 

Logan, D 

Long, W. H. A 

Longley, T. W 

Loring, R. E 

Lortie, V 

Low, E. J 

Lowery, J 

Loyer, E 

Lundy, Thos 

Lunney, J. P 

Lusher, Thoe 

Luttrell, Jos 

Lyman, C. C 

Macarow, M. E 

MacDonald, G. M 

Mac Donald, J. B 

MacDonald, Jessie C 

Macdonald, L. S 

MacDonald, W 

Macdonell, J. H 

MacKay, Robt 

MacKenzie, A. B 

Mackenzie, Jno 

MacKey, W. H 

Mackie, Robt 

MacKintosh, C. H 

MacLennan, F 

MacMillan. A. T 

MacMillan. J. H 

MacPherson, Duncan 

MacRae, D. M 

Magee, D 

Magee, W. D 

Mahor, Jno 

Mahood, Jas 

Maillcue, H. W. G 

Mair, C'has 

Major, A 

Mallette, N 

Mallette, Nap 

Malouin, A 

Malonoy, H. G 

Mann, G. G 

Manson, D. A 

Marrhant, W 

Martial, H 

Mart in, A 

Martin, F. W 

Martin, I. E 

Martin, T.C 



$ cts. 

100 20 

282 08 
615 12 
798 00 
595 44 
291 96 
319 68 
631 07 
748 80 
249 96 
738 72 
364 92 

379 56 
644 16 
714 00 
162 00 
725 88 
686 40 
753 25 
315 00 

1,098 24 
456 84 

1,004 04 
287 16 
405 12 
464 76 
656 88 
207 72 
249 36 
525 00 
447 96 
597 48 

283 32 

515 52 
496 56 
467 20 
253 44 
756 00 
425 84 
490 02 

380 16 
420 00 
416 64 
350 05 
397 06 
640 68 

1.319 16 
317 40 
115 72 
627 00 
177 08 
15 02 
647 50 
871 02 
345 24 
125 04 
407 52 
675 00 
400 80 

516 60 
171 05 

1,273 15 
464 02 
601 56 
847 00 

2,801 84 
270 00 



78 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10— Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to >Iarch 31, 1928 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Superannuation No. 4 



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1924 

•1921 
1923 
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1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 

•1924 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1922 

•1921 
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1924 
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1924 
1922 
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1 

1 . 
vj:2 

•Hi-' I 
\\tJ '. 
1921 

•1924 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1934 
1934 
1934 
1924 
1934 
1934 
1934 
1934 



Martin. W 

Martincou, A. L. C 

Murtineau, M. J 

Miithe, N.M 

Mathieu, P 

Matthews, A. M 

Matthews, C. A 

Matthews, P. H 

Mayes, John 

Meadows, Geo. A 

Meggs, A. E 

Mercer, E.N. H 

Merrier, J. B 

Merrick, H 

Merrithew, J. N 

Merry, E 

Messenger, H. W 

Might. S. H 

M igneault, A 

Mik'tte, Sara 

Millner, Geo. F 

Mills. N 

Mills. Wm 

Milne. G.L 

Milne. W.J 

Milner.W.C 

Mitchell, G.H 

Mitchell, G. L 

Mitchell, J.A 

Mitchell. J. T 

Mitchell. J. W 

Mitchell, Robt 

Mitchell. Wm 

Moberly, Frank 

Moblo, Jno 

Moeser, Wm , 

Moloney, A , 

Monahan, P 

Monette, Adrien 

Mongrain, E 

Montgomery, A i 

M(x>ney, M 

Robt 

i:.L 

aty.B 

M..iri.s. A. 8 , 

M..riiH,T. J : , 

M ....h.T.H , 

"'I'M 1-Mjn. A 

MiiiTL-ion. A. J 

Morrison, Peter 

Morrison, W.J 

Morton. Thoa 

Mothcrsill. G. A 

Mowat. W. J 

Muhlig.O.E 

Mulligan, A 

MuUin.J 

Mulroney. J. T ^^..^ 

Mumford, L. 8.... 

Munn, A 

Munroe, J.J ». 

Murdoek. P. C 

Murphy. C 

Murphy, J. A 

Murphy, M. A .....,*i.^ 

Murrmy, J. B .^....,.,,..^.1 



S cts. 

1(M 40 
563 33 
724 92 
1.050 00 
384 96 
238 32 
935 00 
317 76 
212 28 
503 65 
224 25 

646 32 
1.099 06 

30 39 

126 00 

518 76 

574 92 

702 00 

528 00 

546 00 

6S2 56 

1,3«9 92 

554 40 

799 92 

1.181 64 

1,119 96 

1,587 48 

91 00 

787 44 

540 00 

544 44 

1,019 66 

205 08 

259 29 

825 00 

615 96 

263 20 

571 78 

627 00 

165 00 

195 00 

405 12 

207 96 

329 16 
UT. 00 
904 20 
4.35 72 
100 26 
637 48 
106 24 
258 62 
333 96 
780 00 

1,762 44 

647 04 
662 40 
764 62 
274 32 
668 32 
265 80 

1,668 24 
874 28 
618 76 
617 6B 

473 28 

330 00 



SUFIRANNUATION No. 4 



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1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1921 

•1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 

•1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1924 

•1921 
1923 
1920 
1923 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1923 
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1924 



Murray, W. H 

Murton, F. E 

McCaffery. T. L 

McCaffrey, John 

McCleister, Wm 

McClintock, Jos '. 

.Mc(;iory, D 

McColl, A. C 

Mc<;oU, W 

McCombs, W. A 

McCoy. W.J 

McCuUough. J. H 

McC^ully.G. A 

McDonald. Flora J 

.McDonald. Jas 

McDonald. M 

McDonHld. Rev.M 

.M.Donnell.T 

McDougall, A 

McDougall. Angus 

McEachem, G. B 

McEwan, J 

McEwan, P. H 

McEwan. R. H 

.McGill. W 

McGonnell. Peter 

McGovem. J 

McGuire.T 

Mclvor. Isabella 

McKay. J 

McKay. Jno 

McKay. Robt 

McKean. M 

McKenna. S 

McKenzie, A 

McKenzie, Jno 

McKenzie. R. S 

McLachlan. G. A 

McLean, Donald 

Mclean. W.J 

McLenhan. A 

McLennan. J. G 

McLeod. J 

McLeod, J. C 

McI^d.W.McK 

McXab. A.J 

McNeil. J 

McPhee, Jas 

McPherson, J 

McRae, A 

McRae.C.F 

McRoberts. R. C 

McPhanc, J 

McTiornan. C 

Ncsbit. Geo 

Nesbitt. G. McQ 

Nettle.F.J 

Neville, James 

Nevins. F /.^liits 

Ncvins. J V. 

Nevins, Jo« 

Newcombe, H 

Nowling. H. P 

Nezan. L 

Nichol.S 

Nicholson, T 

Nicol.J 



I cts. 

494 40 
559 91 
258 57 
546 00 

49 00 
209 16 

618 96 
549 96 

15 85 

262 68 
762 96 
207 96 
609 00 

263 23 
382 32 
525 00 
677 04 
307 20 

32 29 
141 24 
977 64 
758 40 
729 96 
233 92 
a60 64 
894 36 
715 27 
102 54 
339 95 
811 08 
506 40 
785 76 
728 16 
266 64 
504 00 
406 92 
1.035 76 
1.110 78 
860 52 
450 00 
397 90 

495 00 
663 00 
740 96 
639 96 
522 00 
222 06 
198 24 
IHVJ 72 
420 00 

316 80 
236 76 
110 40 
306 46 
200 52 

317 76 
437 40 
123 48 
530 40 
780 36 
450 00 
991 56 

619 80 
360 24 
161 28 
256 01 
508 08 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Appenaix rso. lu — v^ontinued 

AmouNTS paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



1929, to 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



*1824 
1«24 
1922 

•1921 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1922 

•1923 
1923 

•1924 
1924 
1920 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 

•1922 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 

•1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 



Superannuation No. 4 

Nisbet, W 

Noonan. H. T 

Noonan, M. W 

Northwood, K 

Normand, N. M 

O'Brien. C. F, G 

O'Brien. D 

O'Brien. J 

O'Brien. J. C 

O'Brien. M 

0;Brien. W 

O'Connor. G 

O'Connor. K. M 

O'Flaherty. M.J 

Ogbum. R.J , 

ORilvie. J 

O'Hanly.M 

O'Leurj. D , 

Oliver, E.C 

O'Meara. M. T 

O'ReUly.E 

O'Reilly.M 

Orr.S 

Osborne. J. L 

Osborne, N. P 

Owen. N. C 

Page. W 

Palmer, S. A 

Papillon. U 

Papineau, G. B 

Papineau, L. G 

Paquet. J. B 

Paquet. F. X 

Paradis. E 

Paris. Z 

Parker, Thos 

Parkin, T.M 

Parrington. Jaa 

Pasmore. C. J 

Patchell. W. A 

Patching, R 

Patenaude. J 

Patteraon. C. C 

Pattio, R.P 

Pawling. J 

Payne. F. F 

Payne, J. L 

Pearce. E. J 

Pelletier. J. B 

Pelletier. R 

Peloquin. J 

Pennington. W 

Percival. T. M 

Perkins. 8. C 

Perreault. E. E 

Perry. F. C 

Peters.J. N 

Peters, W, H 

Phibbs.C.J 

Phillips. J. I 

Philips. T.H 

Phoenix. A. J 

Pickard. N 

Pickin«.J.M 

Pigeon. H. H 

Pinkerton, Robt 

Plouffe, A 



% cts 

161 85 
672 00 
898 32 
126 19 
22.5 48 
559 92 
954 48 
384 24 
549 60 
780 00 
501 60 
549 96 
815 16 
677 82 
396 00 
838 39 
1.045 00 
1.425 00 
709 96 

233 28 
400 80 
285 72 
165 72 
321 98 
342 48 
682 32 
269 40 

331 56 

234 63 
635 00 

1,710 00 
271 92 

1,409 16 
420 00 
674 62 
652 59 
417 84 
882 84 
483 00 

1,732 44 
960 00 
307 92 

1,063 92 
297 84 
5.56 08 

1,255 32 

1,993 68 

1,144 92 
378 84 

773 04 
425 52 
912 92 
600 00 
741 00 

774 00 
513 69 
342 43 
427 44 
315 00 
280 20 

66 21 
527 76 
198 00 

87 00 
689 93 
23« 1« 

332 81 



StTPEaANKUATIOM No. 4 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1922 
'1924 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
'1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
•1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
'1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
'1921 
1932 
1934 



Plouffe, N 

Poirier, M.O 

Policy, W.H 

Pollock. R 

Pope. E 

Porteous. G. H 

Potter. Hy 

Potter, W 

Poulin, J 

Pouliot.J. P 

Preston. S. R 

Prevost. J 

Prevost.J. E.W.... 

Prince. E. E 

Probert, C. H 

ProuIx.J 

Prouli. N 

Pruneau. A 

Pye.J. R 

Quesnel, A 

Quinn. W. A 

Ralph. W.B 

Ralston. B.W 

Raper.E. W 

Rathbore. C. F. A . 

Rav, G. H 

Ray. J. E 

Raymond, M. L 

Raymond. W. G... . 

Read.G 

Redhead, J. W 

Redmond. A 

Regimbal, A 

Remillard, L 

Richardson, A. K... 

Richer. A. M 

Rickey, J. A 

Riendieu, Arsene.... 

Riendieu, Avila 

Riley, T.J 

Ringroee, J 

Rivers, C. A 

Rivoire, J. D 

Roberts. J. W.G... 

Roberts. T 

Robertson, H. H. . . 
Robertson, J. J. B. . 
Robertson. R. J. . . . 
Rol)ertson, W. A.... 
Robertson, W.B... . 
Robertson. W. R... 

Robitaille, S 

Roche. C.P 

Rochette, P 

Rodman. E. A 

Roe, Lottie 

Rogers, CO 

Rogers, F 

Rombough, J. I 

Rose, D.J 

Ross, A. H 

Ross, C 

Ross. W 

RouthjE 

Routhier, A. If 

Rowe. W 

Roy, A. J 



% cts 

214 44 
1,125 00 

371 SS 

522 9S 
1.350 00 

496 20 

466 56 
579 84. 
657 60 
347 14 
333 24 

443 76 
629 52 

1.999 92 
294 60 
161 04 
447 96 
263 40 
600 00 
643 32 
306 96 
131 94 
882 00 
928 68 
246 96 
157 85 

1.989 72 
360 00 

1.075 08 

941 64 

234 96 

87 30 

1.403 28 
432 00 
615 96 
895 63 
661 94 
036 00 
841 93 
570 35 
117 24 
463 66 
181 OB 
862 44 
900 00 

467 50 
882 84 
881 64 

1.112 40 
924 47 
715 06 
649 93 

1,023 76 

444 00 
633 76 
406 IS 

1.026 00 
823 8S 
874 9t 
838 M; 
814 16 
826 60 
116 8t, 
MOM 
SSOSI 
470 08 
809 04 



80 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 

•1924 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1921 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1934 
1922 
1923 

•1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 

•1922 
1921 
1M2 

•19» 
1984 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 



Name 



SunRANNXTATION No. 4 

Roy, J. A 

Roy. M.F 

Roy. M. L 

Ruest. E 

Runiuns, A 

Russell. G. J. T 

Russell. J. W 

Russell. Robert 

Ryan, J 

Rykart. J. C 

Sales. Wm 

Salkus, Albert 

Salton. W. H 

Sanagan, F. L 

Saunders, C. E 

Sauvageau, S 

Sauve. Jos 

Savard, H 

Savard. J. B 

Savard, J. J 

Schuler. W. B 

Scott. J 

Scott. M. M 

Sedgwick, J 

Seeber, E 

Seguin, D 

Seeuin, V 

Selby, W. D 

Pelwyn, P. H 

Semple, M. L 

Shanahan, C 

Sharp. A 

Sharpe, J 

Shea. C 

Shehyn. A. R 

Shera. W.G 

Sherk. D 

Shultis, G. T 

Sidney. A. P 

Simard, S 

Simpaon, F 

Simpson, H. V 

Simpson. J. 8 

Simpson. P. E 

Sinclair J. W 

Sixsmith. B. F 

Slater.M. A 

Sloan. J. B 

Sloan. W 

Smith. A. H 

Smith. B. R 

Smith, J 

Smith, Jno 

Smith, Jno. F 

Smith, Jos 

Smith, J. C 

Smith, J. Obed 

Smith, W 

Smith. Wm .'.<..... 

Smithers, R. O 

Snetsinger, J. 8 

Snetsinger, R 

Songhurst, J. R 

Southcott, 8. J 

Suflord. J.P 

Stalker. M 

Stanley, E...«44<«'ar####>««<<k. 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

729 72 
680 68 
498 24 
125 52 
405 48 
333 24 
300 00 
036 00 
842 04 
600 00 
199 98 
425 28 

498 72 
247 17 

1,128 88 
782 04 
239 76 
226 80 
482 12 
361 44 
630 48 
202 92 
630 00 
410 76 
5 65 
609 00 
253 56 
900 00 

1,312 44 
625 57 
459 12 
885 24 
679 92 
360 96 
951 96 
270 00 
476 04 
104 40 
212 52 
418 68 
415 92 
369 96 
622 29 
262 44 
467 40 
890 88 
647 88 
195 00 
633 33 
757 32 
60 00 

1.500 00 
861 72 
401 40 
139 90 
678 00 

3,141 66 

1,054 92 
168 61 
461 16 

499 20 
255 53 
317 04 
029 76 
900 00 
606 00 
795 84 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1921 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1921 

*1921 

•1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1923 

•1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 

♦1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1922 

•1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 



Name 



Superannuation No. 4 

Steadworthy, Wm 

Stephens, J. P 

Stevens . . A 

Stewart, E 

Ste-Marie. .los 

St-Marseille, A 

St-Maurice, A 

Stewart, J. B 

Stewart, L. J. G 

Stingue, J 

Stookdale, R. F 

Stroulger, G. F 

Stuart. S. G 

Suffem, A 

Sullivan, D 

Sullivan, J 

Sullivan. W.H 

Summers, A 

Sumner, F. E 

Surtees, W. S 

Suter, J 

Sutherland, J. A 

Sutton. L. L 

Swindell. R 

Sword. Jas 

Taggart. Jas 

Talbot, Jno 

Tamblyn, J. F 

Taunton. W. D 

Taylor. G. J 

Taylor, J. G 

Taylor, Jno 

Taylor, J. R 

Taylor, N. H 

Taylor, T.G 

Telford, D. M 

T^trault, F. X 

Tfetu, A 

Thibault, Jos 

Thibert. N 

Thorn, H 

Thomas, F. R 

Thompson, John 

Thompson. J. T 

Thompson, W. G 

Thomson, A 

Thrush, Jno 

Tison, R. A 

Toale, J 

Todd, R 

Tolson, F. G 

Topham, F 

Towill,J 

Tramner, E. G 

Tranter, K 

Travis, C. A 

Tremblay, F 

Trcmblay, J. A 

Tremblay, O 

Tremblay, P 

Tr6panier, L. A 

Trevor. A 

Tnxlden, James 

Trudcau, A 

Tnidcl, E 

Turner, Geo 

Tuura, A 



Amount 
paid 



I eta. 

1,076 16 
731 76 
643 68 
307 92 
882 84 
92 20 
99 00 

1.014 96 
665 16 
495 72 

269 16 

933 36 
390 96 
384 00 
473 85 
534 84 

3,150 00 
653 88 
514 44 

i.aw 00 

145 80 
450 00 
649 92 

279 11 
204 24 
540 48 

28 87 
347 96 
400 80 
615 96 
739 66 
624 24 
693 72 
569 88 
1.398 83 
889 68 

280 44 
702 48 
336 00 
349 08 
528 48 

934 44 
60 94 

270 36 
720 00 
407 28 
412 92 
775 44 
209 76 

86 88 
507 48 
549 36 
231 00 
759 72 
450 00 
651 24 
197 16 

1,146 48 
540 84 
453 12 
908 62 
11 56 
420 16 
530 04 

1 . 183 32 
600 00 
907 68 



- PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



81 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Name 



SXTFERANNUATION No. 4 



Upper, J 

Valiquet, U 

Valpy, J. T 

Vanasse, A. P 

Vanasse, F 

Vaughan, T 

Vermette, T 

Vert, A. E 

Vicars, J. R 

Vigneault, P. E 

Vincent, G. E 

Voligny, L. R 

Vrooman, N.B 

Wagner, L 

Waine, F. E 

WainwTight, P. H. . 

WainwTight, R 

Walker, E 

Walker, G 

Walker, H. L 

Walker, J 

Walker, J. A 

Walker, W.H 

Wallace, J. M 

Wallace, T.F 

Walsh, E 

Walsh, Thoe 

Walsh, W 

Walters, H 

Ward, A. E 

Warren, G. S 

Waterbury, D. H.., 

Waters, J 

Watson, Geo. A 

Watterworth, E 

Wcasner, J 

Weaver, Jas. A , 

Webber, B.C 

Webster, C. E 

Webster, Geo 

Wceso, J. W 

Werry, F. W. O 

West, H 

West, T 

Weston, W.H 

Wetinore, G. K 

Whalen, W. H 

Whare, A 

Wheatley, G. H,... 

Wheeler, A. O 

White, U 

White, E. P. M 

White, G. A 

White.J.B 

White, W.J 

Whitty, M.J 

Williams, H. A. C. 
Williams. J. T.C... 

Williams, W 

Wilson, A. H 

Wilson, G 

Wilson, H. A 

Wilson, J. A 

Wilson, J. L 

Winchester, L 

Withrow, J. F. D... 
Wolfcnden, Wm 



Amount 
paid 



I cts 

383 52 
2,215 00 

199 20 

348 00 
1,219 44 

283 20 

390 00 
500 00 

1,020 60 
750 00 
450 00 

1,740 00 

1,140 00 
101 64 
543 24 
613 32 
752 88 
8 75 
699 22 
598 44 
432 24 
280 08 
480 00 
541 32 
144 62 
346 08 
416 88 
750 00 
841 62 
705 36 
353 84 

1,303 32 
160 08 
262 68 
252 00 
235 32 
83 49 

1,883 28 
374 40 
207 12 
219 12 
693 24 
422 76 
821 76 
429 00 
396 00 
416 99 
275 33 

1,125 00 
733 32 
186 96 
716 04 
879 24 
540 00 

2,2.50 00 
5.34 96 
351 00 
987 96 
235 02 

391 92 
275 16 
664 56 
737 40 
234 35 
605 04 

1,008 00 
762 48 



Re- 
tired 



1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1921 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1924 



1928 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1924 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1926 
*1926 
1928 
1924 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1928 
1925 
192,5 
1026 



Name 



SXTPEBANMUATION No. 4 



Woodm.J. s.... 

Wright, E 

Wright, L.K... 
Wurtele, S. T..., 
Yeomans, E. H. 
Yeomans, L. B., 
Young, B. R.... 

Young, U 

Young, P. P 

Zinkan, G. V.... 



SUPBBANNUAHON No. 5 

Civil Service Superannuation 
Act, 1924, Chap. 24, R.S. 1927 

Anntcitiea to Contributors 

Adamson, S 

Alkins, W 

Allen,F.G 

Allen, G.H 

Alton, S.E , 

Anderson, D 

Andrews, E. L 

Andrews, G. P 

Arcand, A. A 

Armstrong, E. W. H 

Back, M.J 

Baillarge, E. S 

Baldwin, W.C 

Banville, J 

Barbe, W 

Barnes, T. H 

Bartle, J.C 

Beaulieu, R 

B6dard,C 

B61and, T 

Belding, H. W 

Beloc, J 

Belleau, A.E 

Bent, F.P 

bishop, H. F 

Boiik, W.C 

Boivin, D 

Bolduc.L. N 

Bourbonniftre, E 

iiourque, E 

Bowles, H.W 

Bray, J. L 

Brears, J. S 

Brochu, J. W.L 

Brough, W.C 

Brown, E. M 

Brown, J. H 

Brown, T. L 

Bruce, D. A 

Burgosa, W.H 

Bums. W.P 

Cameron, W. M 

C^ampbell, A. C 

Campbell, D. D 

CannifT, W. H 

('hambers, C 

Chnrt-raiui, J. A 



Ajnount 
paid 



t ots. 



845 40 


481 44 


641 56 


454 92 


873 96 


440 36 


87 24 


501 60 


525 00 


1,244 40 


671,611 42 



567 60 

204 00 

1,327 56 

1,050 00 

203 16 

307 20 

428 40 

1,176 00 

693 96 

1,399 92 

476 64 

676 72 

352 44 

466 00 

1.596 00 

367 32 

2,533 92 

1,235 52 

443 30 

792 00 

1,119 96 

349 68 

2.310 00 

1,683 73 

960 76 

1.131 24 

890 40 

780 50 

606 76 

390 17 

311 64 

408 36 

730 15 

701 64 

1,823 28 

392 88 

615 24 

521 16 

3,118 44 

300 24 

992 43 

1,093 34 

2,863 93 

3.102 38 

1,575 00 

511 56 

40S96 



•3870-4 



tt 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — CorUinued 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



ScTKRANNUAnON No. 8 

AnnuUia to Contributora 



Cheney, W. H 

( hurch.I, D 

{ lark. G. A 

( lilT. W. W 

( loakey, G. H 

Connolly, E 

Coombs, J. S 

Copp, J. R 

Cory, T 

Costigan, T 

Craig, S 

( roucher, R. A 

Cuming, E. E 

D'Aouat, I 

Davis. J. H 

Davy, R. A 

Day,J. B 

Deacon, F. L 

Decary, F 

DeCotret, L. D. R. A. 

Depocas, E 

De Salaberry, R 

Despard, A. W 

Devlin. C. A 

De "ioung. G. H 

Dionne, J. L. A 

Dixon. C 

Dixon. J. G 

Doherty. T. K 

Dorion, G 

Dorland. P. N 

Doucet. R 

Dowling, E. W 

Dowrie, D. C 

Duchesnes, N 

Duncan, T 

Dunlevie, S. A 

Dupuis, E 

DuBsault, J. B 

Dwyer, M. J 

Eaglcson, J. S 

Edwards, J. P 

Elliott, R.J 

Everett, E. G 

Fagan, M . H 

Fair, J. J 

Fairley. W. H 

Fairweather, J. H 

Fielding, C. W. W 

Filgiiino, H. E. J 

Fitzgibbon, J. D 

I-lanagan. P 

Hynn, E 

Foley. P 

FowW.E.M 

Fraser, B. H 

Fraaer. M 

Fraaer. P. T 

Gagnon. Moiae 

Oarrioch, J 

Ga«kin, Tho« 

Gauthier. A 

Geldart, O. A 

Gillmore. M.M 

Girard.P 



t cts. 



895 07 
254 02 

1.063 32 
448 92 
518 04 

1.470 00 
504 60 

1.186 44 
770 94 
960 48 
406 44 
247 92 
433 81 

208 92 
711 72 
954 72 
565 80 
734 56 
221 76 

1,605 24 
205 55 
983 76 
128 19 

1,091 16 

965 52 

28 86 

493 08 

594 96 

2.319 96 
582 72 
582 62 
928 20 
569 16 

1,176 00 
416 52 

2.520 00 

1,600 56 
495 32 

1.081 44 
602 32 
168 00 
831 48 
948 48 

1.253 64 

209 60 
1.386 00 

454 20 
2.541 00 
1,333 44 
1.134 00 
2.142 00 
79 45 

390 24 
1,068 16 

280 80 
3,780 00 

991 92 
1,040 88 
1,000 32 

306 72 

360 36 
1.306 06 
1.627 44 

491 «4 

707 04 



1926 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
■1925 
■1928 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1925 
'1927 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1928 
"1927 
1928 
1928 
'1928 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1927 
'1927 
1925 
1926 
1925 
'1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1924 
1927 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1928 
192« 



SCPEBANNUAnON No. 5 

Annuitiet to Contributora 

Giroux, F. X 

Giroux, T. A 

Glover, W.J 

Godfrey. E. H 

Goeta. G 

Gordon. A. H 

Gordon, T. A 

Greenfield, R 

Greer. Jas 

Grenier. A 

Grove, J 

Guay. L. M 

Guillemette. J. E 

Guppy. H.J 

Hall. N. E 

Hancock. W 

Hannan.W.H 

Harding, S 

Harney, W. T 

HarrU. W. F 

Hartley, H 

Hartley, R 

Hatch, W 

Hawkins, J. R 

Hegan, J. B 

Henley, W.C 

Henry, M 

Hetherington, H. A 

Hill, A 

Holbrook, J. A 

Hynes, M. E 

Jarvis, C. D 

Jenkins, T 

Io.S8, D 

Joubert, A. A 

Kahala, J.J 

Kane. W.J 

Keating, J. P 

Keeler, R. M 

Kemeya-Tynte, A. P. M 

Kidner, E 

Kin.sinan, M. B 

Kirkpatrick, R. A 

K niewaaser , A 

Laherge, P 

I^abont6, L 

L' Africain, N 

Laidlaw. J. W 

Lamanque, T 

I^amb, J 

Lamb,W 

I>andriau, F. E 

Laporte, J 

Larue, C. H 

Laschinger, A. G 

Leake. W.W 

Learoyd, E. L 

Lesage, L. A 

Lindsay, R. W 

Lock.H 

Logan. R. J 

Ix>rance. O 

Lortie, A 

Lounds, C. M. R 

Low.J.O.M 



S cts. 



983 40 

1,260 00 

3.990 00 

1.490 16 

466 56 

1,076 79 

196 56 

1.959 96 

1,649 64 

1,304 28 

588 60 

502 20 

1.308 90 

1.470 00 

1.132 80 

927 48 

242 64 

916 44 

326 64 

53 20 

633 60 

1.011 12 

1,596 00 

310 80 

1,560 00 

35 69 

231 00 

306 00 

295 92 

396 48 

1,344 00 

456 48 

1,177 08 

188 56 

351 36 

1,379 28 

1,490 40 

1,208 64 

134 16 

1,062 64 

998 16 

436 08 

314 30 

594 67 

405 15 

1.176 00 

1,304 04 

355 32 

1,092 00 

208 08 

904 75 

1,276 32 

585 12 

475 08 

377 88 

1,032 24 

1,470 00 

2,016 00 

1,114 32 

628 42 

317 04 

l.fiU 00 

'■■'■2 44 

. w 92 

777 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



83 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



SXJPEBANNUATION No. 5 

Annuitiea to CotUributora 

Low.P. V 

Lynch, W.J 

Lytle. S. B 

Macdonald, C. A 

Macdonald, D. J 

Macdonaid, W 

Macdougali, J. I 

MacKellar, D 

-Mackenzie, S. M 

Maclachlan, J. M 

MadUl.T 

Magee,C. W 

Marineau, P. O 

Marquette, E. J. M 

Martin, A 

Mathers, I. H 

Mathieu, J. O 

Meadows, A. H 

Miller, R. R 

Mitchell, A 

MofTett, D 

Montgomery, J. D 

Montreuil, A. T 

Moore, S. J 

Morrison, J. A 

Mouck, A. E 

Moyer,?. J 

Mullan,J 

Murray, J. A. F 

Murray, J. P 

Murray, M 

Myrick, J 

McAUan, W. J 

McC'arey, Jos 

McCharies, J 

McCrecry. T. D 

McCullough, W. S 

McDonald, M 

McDougall, Alex 

McDougall, Allan 

McKlroy. P. J 

McOillivray , H 

McGrath, M. J. T 

Mclncrney, L 

M.lnu.sh. D 

McKendrick, D 

McKenzie, H. D. L 

McLaughlin, H 

Mclvonnan, J 

Mt-Minn, J. D 

McMullin, A 

McNeely, J , 

McPherson, H. B 

Nash, A. F 

Ncads, M.E 

Ncaring, J 

N'eclin, F. G 

Niven,T. D 

Norman, H. F 

Northrup. W. T 

Nuttall.G. A 

OakoB, J 

()'F'.rion, J 

O'Flaherty, E 

O'Halloran, G.F 



S cts. 



1,119 96 

2,772 00 

1,275 48 
682 44 

1,119 96 
601 92 
310 56 
191 04 
496 08 

1,780 44 
201 72 
882 00 

1,998 12 
303 36 
737 80 

1,188 24 
922 32 

1,186 44 
499 56 

1,177 08 
375 00 
324 00 

1,857 60 

1,377 61 
427 92 
381 24 
318 72 
558 36 
591 36 
618 72 
166 32 

1,171 92 
524 52 

1,932 00 

1,950 36 
282 00 
233 52 

1,596 00 
418 73 
543 90 

1.370 88 

1.470 00 
367 44 

1,071 00 
148 20 

2,071 92 
263 16 

1,543 50 
329 52 
218 88 

1,18ft 44 

1,428 00 
482 28 

1,197 36 
502 68 

643 24 
1.024 92 

670 57 
684 74 
222 48 
339 96 

644 08 
1,147 92 

769 43 
8.774 60 



Superannuation No. 5 
Annuilies to Contributors 



1925 
1928 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1925 
•1925 
1928 
1928 
'1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1026 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1924 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1926 
1928 



Ostiguy, L. R 

Parker. A 

Parmelee, J. D 

Patterson, W. L.... 

Pattison, T. F 

Payne, A. N 

Peake, T. B 

Pearson, S. M 

Pellctier, L. M 

Pelletier, P 

Perrin. C. N 

Phair. L, B. C 

Poulin. C. E 

Preston, J. H 

Heed,C.C 

Reiffenstein, J. H... 

Hennie, E. H 

Richard, L. N 

Richardson. W. H., 

Ring, J. W 

Rioux, J. B 

Ritchie, J. H 

Robert, O. P 

Roberts, L, H 

Robertson, A. B.. . . 
Robertson, A. R... . 

Robineau, F 

Robinson, F. P 

Rolston, E 

Rowan, W.E 

Roy, F. A 

Sanders, E. L 

Saunders, G. H 

Sauriol, A 

Scott, J. C 

Scullion, W.J 

Selleck, E.J 

Sheppard, N. B 

Sims, T. C 

Sinclair, C. JfcL — 

Skinner, W.H 

Sladen, A. F 

Smith. Frank 

Smith, H.I 

Smith, J 

Smith, John 

Smith. J. H 

Smith. R. R 

Sole, F. W 

Spnrks, W 

Staniforth, C. G.... 

Stanley, A. T 

Stephens. A 

Stevens, C 

Stewart, E.E 

Stewart. F. D 

Stewart, Jas 

Stewart. Jaa 

Stewart, J. D 

St-dermain, Mabel. 

Sutton, E.W 

Swait, C. E 

'I'hivierge, J. A 

Thomas. C. G 

Thompson, T.H.... 



I cts. 



910 32 
1,617 00 
2,520 00 
1,042 92 

1.139 16 
2.169 96 
1.459 20 

421 06 

1,219 80 

493 88 

1,186 44 

1,483 69 

282 78 

521 95 

1,287 96 

1,959 96 

1,224 96 

1,470 00 

1,227 24 

1,302 00 

376 92 

1,327 56 

230 04 

1,186 44 

470 67 

1,115 16 

564 60 

643 12 

934 44 

817 56 

303 05 

2,528 28 

472 92 

1,896 00 

1,806 00 

1,440 00 

338 88 

2,016 00 

680 S6 

1.140 96 
2,123 28 
4,200 00 

732 68 
1,318 32 
1,061 40 

227 40 

94 16 

1,103 63 

328 68 
2,016 00 

371 93 

147 12 

216 24 
384 00 
396 60 

1.229 40 

217 08 
1,216 66 

969 00 

673 84 

1,307 76 

1,090 92 

1,826 13 

818 48 

294 60 



93870-6J 



84 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 




Amount 


Died 


paid 


in 


t Ct8. 




677 16 




2,812 80 


1926 


265 20 


1926 


2,546 25 


1928 


366 96 


1928 


493 56 


1928 


1,738 20 


1928 


583 56 


1928 


1.224 96 


1925 


642 84 


1925 


2,016 00 


1927 


1,452 48 


1926 


831 60 


1926 


627 22 


1927 


561 48 


192,5 


825 84 


1926 


413 28 


1926 


271 80 


1928 


310 80 


1925 


387 48 


1928 


882 00 


1928 


112 77 


1928 


414 72 


1928 


4,072 80 


1928 


772 44 


1928 


586 08 


1928 


266 76 


•1925 


296 52 


1928 


687 72 


1926 


408 00 


1925 


1.350 12 


1928 


2,948 04 


1928 




•1924 
1928 
1926 
1925 


319,774 87 






1928 




1926 


456 12 


1925 


480 48 


1926 


233 52 


1927 


186 00 


1928 


305 28 


192.5 


275 65 


1928 


113 76 


1926 


258 96 


1928 


144 12 


192.5 


135 08 


1925 


604 76 


1926 


207 00 


1928 


799 20 


1928 


304 08 


1925 


96 48 


192.5 


61 «3 


1926 


587 52 


1928 


673 96 


1928 


176 28 


192.5 


S16 24 


1926 


80 64 


1925 


249 24 


1928 


330 36 


1927 


165 75 


1924 


601 66 


1926 


1.499 52 


1928 


swii 1117 86 


1926 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



StrPKBANNtJATION No. 5 

Anntatiet to Contributors 



1928 
1926 

•1927 
1928 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 

•1927 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1928 

•1928 
1926 

•1926 
1925 
1926 
1927 



Died 

in 

1928 
1928 
1927 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1996 
1928 
1928 
1936 
1996 
1936 
1928 
1996 
1939 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 



Thorp, G.J 

Todd, A. H 

Traverey, F. X... 
Traynor, S. M... . 

Troup, W. E 

Turner, J. E 

Uniacke, R. F.... 

Valentine, C 

Valiquette, J 

Van Loon, W.C. 

Wade, A. R 

Waggoner, S. H... 

Walton, G 

Warren, M 

WatMon, A 

Watt, G 

Wenden, G. 8 

Wetmore, T. H... 

White, J 

White, Mary 

White. W.R 

Wilson, A, E 

Wilson, A. V 

WUson, W.F 

Wiseman, J 

Wodehouse, W. T. 
Woodrow, R. D.. 

Wright, C.F 

Wright. R.J 

Wyatt, W. G 

Wyld, G 

York,B.L 



Annvitxea to dependents 0/ 
deceased employees 



Abraham . R. H 

Adam, A. R 

Adam, J. W 

Alton, G.W 

Anderson, B 

Armstrong, T. B 

Audet, J. P. A 

Avard, W 

Bainbridge, C. H 

Baird.T. M 

Barthe. R 

Bartlett, H.J 

Bastedo, 8. T 

Beaiwdeil, J. P 

BeU,H.L 

B«nDett, J 

Benoit.Lv 

Bernier. P. E 

Blake. A. A 

Bleakney.A. C 

BoIduc.L. H 

Boasficld,C 

Bowes, L.T 

Brittiqgham, F. A 

Briand. J.M 

Brophy, A 

Brown, J. C,',,.n,.,JX,'k^li^m»Ap 



SOPBRANNUATION No. 6 

Annuities to dependents oj 
deceased employees 

Bruce, R 

Hrunclle, H 

Hucklev.T. J 

Burke, R.J 

Bums. L 

Butler. D.J 

Butler, T 

CampljeU, H. S 

Carey, P 

C'arlin, I 

Carroll, J. F 

Carruthers, F. C 

Carter, B 

Chamliers, E. J 

Charlton, W 

Chevrier, F. L 

Connor, G. K 

Copeland, R. E 

Corriveau, A. F. J 

Cory, T 

C6t6, L 

Covey, A 

Cowling, A.J 

D'Aigle, D.I 

Dares. H. B 

Davies. T. E. 8 

Davies. W.B 

Dawson, H. J 

Dennis. J. A 

Depocas. E 

Dcspard. A. W 

Deville. E. G. D 

Dionne, J. L. A 

Dixon, J 

Dorsey, J. J 

D'Orsonnens, A 

Dowd. E. C 

Dowling, D. B 

Dovle. D.J 

Drvsdale, W 

Dubuc, J. P. E 

Duck. A. R. B 

F.Bgleson, J. 8 

K.Ikc, V. J 

Kgglefield, L 

KlUott.F 

Evans. P. H 

Fafard.O.V 

P'agan. M . H 

Farnworth. F. H 

Fawcett. E. L 

Featherston, J. E 

Fee. R 

Filson, H. K 

Fink, G. L 

Finlayson, R 

Fiset, A 

Fisher, W.D 

Fi Jt<'r. J 

Flaglor. J.8 

Flanneiy, P. J 

Forbes, J 

Force, E. A 

Fraser, D 



222 36 
216 12 
441 72 
277 32 
214 32 
381 20 
326 88 
525 00 
582 36 
117 48 
417 84 
476 88 
273 36 
940 58 
152 88 
884 04 
186 84 
185 88 
337 20 
129 87 
692 64 
123 64 

227 52 
369 72 
351 03 
3.55 41 
538 68 

1,103 40 
4.58 12 
161 09 
618 16 
891 48 
250 68 

212 16 
624 84 
531 60 
284 64 
683 92 
478 92 
448 80 
178 80 

94 32 
504 00 
773 60 
258 84 

64 68 
208 17 
918 72 
275 14 
236 28 
362 18 
1.027 68 

213 24 
199 .54 
1.10 14 
647 06 
154 56 

228 47 
894 9« 
557 98 
535 56 

69 84 
465 60 
420 60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 85 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929 to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Continued 




Superannuation No. 5 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 



Fnwer, F, R 

Fraser, S 

Frost, J. A 

Gamache, J. M 

Gaskin, Thos 

Gaudin, T 

Gauthier, G. H 

Gonest, O. A 

Gcncst, P. F. X. . . , 

George, A. F 

Gerald, C 

Gillspie, D 

Gillis, A. D 

Good, Joseph 

Gorman, A. M 

Gould. W 

Goyette, H 

Graham, L. D 

Graham , M . H 

Grant, G , 

Gribble, F.J , 

Grier,J. W 

Hair, H 

Harney, W.T 

Harris, G. A 

Harris, W.F 

Hartwell,G. M.... 

Harvey, G. H 

Ha.slam, G. S 

Haughton, J 

Hawkins, T.T.... 

Haynes, A. T 

Heavers, T 

Henley, W. C 

Hennessey, G. F. . . 

Hillock, P. J 

Holland, W.J 

Mudon. M.L.E... 

FfuKK, Claire 

Hurst, L.B 

Hutchinson, D. L. . 

Hynes, M. E 

In^in, W, N 

Isaac, J. S 

Ivey.W.J 

Jack, S. R 

Jackson, O 

Jarvis, A. L. F 

Johnson. W. E 

Johnston. C 

Jones, F 

Jordan, J. E 

Joss, D 

Kane, M 

Kavanagh, F 

KeelerTR.M 

Keigan. D. G 

KirkVF 

Kirkpatrick, J. R.. 
Kirkpatrick, R. A. 
Kirkpatrick, W. L. 

Lal>eUe, J. A 

Laflamme, J. K.. . 
Lalonde, J. M 



% cts. 



332 77 
184 20 
283 92 
690 36 
285 28 

210 36 
305 88 
255 84 
648 48 
364 96 
469 58 
352 80 
167 88 
318 36 
430 10 
303 60 
146 64 
424 80 
655 56 
162 84 
193 92 
242 04 
257 88 
182 37 

88 11 
344 09 
359 04 

211 85 
171 12 
205 80 
481 68 
278 30 
520 84 
249 19 
504 00 
359 69 
530 64 

1,194 72 
493 08 
456 84 
820 19 
169 40 
115 08 
447 58 
398 28 
283 44 
204 68 

1,694 93 
307 56 
197 40 
252 36 
86 64 
67 72 
356 59 
263 64 
398 22 
336 70 
636 84 
191 76 
231 35 
143 40 
218 40 
842 64 
367 44 



1929 
1924 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1925 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1928 
1924 
1926 
1925 
1925 
M926 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1928 



Superannuation No. 6 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 

Lamb, W 

Lang.J. T. C 

Langevin, E. V 

Lapointe, J. A 

Laprise, E 

Larkin, J. M 

Larue, J. N , 

Larue, J. L. H 

Latour, J. L 

Learn, A. J 

Lecourt, C. E 

Leli^vre, S 

Lemieux, F. X 

Lipsett, W. S 

Lister, D. T 

Logan, W.J 

Loughran, F 

Love, R. A 

Lower, W.J 

Lunan, J. E 

Lutz, H 

Macfionald, A 

Mackenrot, W. H 

Maclntyre, A. C 

MacMahon, M. J 

MacMartin, L. J 

MacQueen, J. D 

MacRostie, N.H 

Maitland.F. P.A 

Mallette, L 

Manhard, L. E 

M archana , A . H 

Mathcson, T. G 

Mathieu, L. J 

May. O 

VIeiklejohn, H. J 

Merrigan, J. A 

Meyer.F.W 

Middleton, G 

Moloney, M 

Morden, J. R 

Morden. W. R 

Morton, G 

Moule.W. J 

Mowat, A 

Mundell. E 

M c( 'ann, B . C 

McDonald, A. B 

McDougall.P 

McKvoy, S. T 

McLaughlin, H 

McLay, J 

McLean, G. F 

McXab.G. F 

McNeill, M.P 

MoPhee, J. E 

Newton, T 

Nial)et, J 

Nuttall.W.A 

O'Brien. P.J 

O'SuUivan, E 

Ogilvie, K. F 

Orr, R.D....... 

Painchaud, C F 



$ cts. 



39 65 
264 37 

257 76 
167 64 

57 72 
689 84 
441 00 
525 00 
390 36 

208 20 
615 24 
808 44 
367 44 

315 00 
245 04 
318 48 
332 40 
119 89 
101 40 
4.58 76 
256 08 
185 28 
320 88 

78 39 
280 68 

258 84 
3 00 

194 28 
256 80 
201 48 
396 72 
184 80 
100 62 
1.001 00 
656 40 
278 04 
247 13 
325 80 
436 32 
301 68 
399 00 

209 28 
272 64 
449 40 
588 00 
152 28 
533 40 
653 63 

316 5« 
420 24 
277 38 
176 04 
157 68 
300 53 
282 37 
401 64 
143 04 
196 56 
420 72 
873 36 
239 54 
299 43 
289 93 
713 10 



88 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1929, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1928 — Concluded 



Died 
in 



1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1926 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1925 
1925 
1928 



Name 



StmRANNTTATTON No. 6 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 

Palen.A. F 

Pansera, A 

Paradis, J 

Parent, V, A 

Partridge, G 

Patereon, A. C 

Patterson, H. W 

Pearce.W.J.H 

Peters, D. L 

Poissant, I 

Pope, Sir Joseph 

Poulin. C. E 

Powell, H.H 

Prairie, 8 

Pretty. J, M 

Quinn,T 

Regan, P 

Reid.J 

Renouf, J 

Reynard, M.C 

Robertson, D 

RobitaiUe, E 

Rogers, D. T 

Rose, L, F 

Rose, W.H 

RosB.J.D 

Roes, R. H 

Royal, J. A 

Scott, Thos 

Scott, W 

Sealy, J. C 

Shephard, F. B 

Shipman, C. W 

Sigman, G. A 

Skeily.J.J 

Smart, T. A 

Smith, A 

Smith, Albert E 

Smith, W.B 

Somers, F 

Speedy, L.G 

Spicer, A 

Stanford, E 

Stevenson, J. 8 

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Annuities to dependents of 
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Strachan, A 

Sturgess, A. W 

St. Denis, J 

Taguc, H. O 

Tansey, T. P 

Taschereau, E. R. A 

Taylor,C.H 

Trafton, L 

Trcmaine, A. de B 

Treniblay, J 

Trudoau, H 

V'aughan, J. H 

Vcats, F 

V'dzina, D 

Walker. D.J 

Wallis.C.J 

Ward.L.H 

Ware, J. A 

Warren. R. V 

Waterfield, C. W 

Webb. S. A 

Webster. F. T 

Welch, R 

Wcstman, T 

Whalley.W 

White, J 

White. James 

Whitelaw, G 

Whittaker. E. J 

Wickens. F 

Williams, G.T 

Williams, J. H 

Williamson, J. G 

Wilson. A. E 

Winter, H. G 

Wise. F. A 

Wismer. D. L 

Witzii?, F. X 

WriKht, J.C 

Wri«ht, R.J 

Worrel, J 

Young, A 

Young, T.T 



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97 



Amounts paid as Gratuities to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased Em- 
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1 


mm Name of contributor 


Department 


To whom paid 


Amount 
paid 


1 


1 

Bedard, Albert 


National Revenue 


Widow 


$ ets. 

1.396 8S 
716 67 




Brayley, H. V 




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Marine 


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109 16 




Caron, A Ibert 


Railways and Canals 


Contributor 


58 33 




Clark, D. A 


Health 




3,347 50 




Cochlan, Robert 


National Revenue 




669 17 




Corin. D. H 


Post Office 


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458 33 




Cox, H. P 


Health 


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2.383 33 
504 17 




Crossley, H . R 


Post Office 


Contributor 




Deevy, Wni 


Public Works 


Widow 


420 00 




Desy, P. P 


Indian Affairs 




180 55 


Dickson, James 


National Defence 


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1.017 60 




Donnelly, James 


Public W'orks 


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Widow 


506 25 




Dufort, Victor 


Railways and Canals 


177 30 




Dumontier, Andre 


Post Office 


572 92 




Farebrother, A. H 




1,012 50 




Gardner, F. H 


National Revenue 


1,083 31 




GoUedge, J. B 


Public Works 


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364 17 




Green, Geo 


Railways and Canals 


Widow 


266 66 




Hamilton, F. J 


National Revenue 


Contributor 


1.657 50 




Henderson, D. A 




Widow '.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 


2.311 05 




Howell, Geo 


PostOfifice 


468 75 




Hunter, C. A 






697 92 




Hurst, C. T 


Public Works 


Contributor 


433 33 




Jones, G. S 


Interior 


Widow 


403 75 




Keating;, Michael A. 


N ational Revenue 


1,275 00 




Kennedy, I . G 


Governor General's Secretary 
Office 






Lebel, Cirice 


542 45 






Contributor 


743 75 




Ledger, Be'itrice 


Post Office 


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560 00 






Finance 


137 50 




Manuel, D. M 


Interior 


266 67 




McAdam, Andrew 


Post Office 


498 33 




McCorrnack, F. N. 


National Revenue 


1.051 25 




McKinley, Alex 


Post Office 




530 00 




McLaughlin, Louise ... 


Iinmij^ation and Colonization. 


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337 50 




Mersereau, W. L . 


947 92 




Michaud, Ernest. 


Justice 


218 75 


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National Revenue 


1,184 17 


1 


■ Mulhern, M. E.. 


Railways and Canals 




760 00 


1 


If Muuro, W . A 


National Revenue 


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1.510 39 




Murphv, W. P 


Public Works 


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451 25 




Parker. T.G 


Post Office 


Contributor 


583 33 




Payne, F. (J 




Widow 


406 25 




Ray, John 


Post Office 




652 60 




Rutherford, M. S . 




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1,415 49 




Sowell, Lemuel F 




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1,000 00 




Short, Harold H.. . 


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1,804 38 




Sinclair, Wm. Alex 


PostOflRce 


Contributor 


593 75 




Spencer, Vemey 




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1,020 83 




Steele, M. E 


Railways and Canals 

Pensions and National Health 
Post Office 


895 83 




Stewart. Robt. McL 


2,996 69 




Vansickle, Ernest L 


91« «7 




Voyer, J. A 


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1.027 08 


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Walker, Joseph B 


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697 93 


m 


Welby. Adiard E 


Interior 


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1.605 00 


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WcUand. Walter W 


Railways and Canals 


583 S3 




Whatniorc, L 


Post Office 


687 80 




Whitlock. J. H.... 


Blarine and Fisheries 


Contributor 


1.313 50 












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Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Withdrawal Allowances paid to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased 
Employees during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929 



Name of oontributor 


Department 


To whom paid 


Amount 
paid 


AlloD, Thobum 


National Revenue 


Contributor 


1 ots. 
425 22 


Asselin, M. L 


Immigration 


Mother 


604 78 


AtchiBon, L. M 




96 00 


AtkinBon, Gertrude R 


Interior 


10 30 


Babin, G. K 


Poet Office 


922 33 


Barrett, M . L 


Mines 


355 57 


Belcher, Margaret Olivia 


Interior 


68 25 


Benjamin, Harry 


Post Office 


1,317 27 


Black, Elizabeth 


Public Works 


176 00 


Barrett, Wm. C 


National Revenue 


896 45 


Botxow, G. S 


Indian AfTairs 


706 78 


Bourgeau, Alice M 


Agriculture 


82 67 


Brice, E.W 


Post Office 


1,063 74 


Brickman, Marie L 




150 00 


Broom, Rita M. E 


National Defence 


58 60 


Broneau, Berthe 


Public Works 


917 83 


Browne, Harry 


Interior 


947 39 


Bryana, A. C 


Post Office 


1,153 92 


Buisaon, C.O'K 


National Revenue 


933 96 


Bullard, A. L 


R. CM. Police 


843 05 


Burke, Mary M 


National Defence 


808 58 


Calvert, Grace 


Agriculture 


352 69 




Mines 


598 30 


Charron, J. A 


Interior 


1,459 59 


Cogswell, John 


Post Office 


Contributor 


978 22 


Como, Frank 


National Revenue 


« 
« 

Parents 


403 86 


Cosh, R. F 


National Defence 


1,483 33 


Couillard, J. Lorenzo 


Trade and Commerce 


624 23 


Cowie, Margaret 


Pensions 


485 61 


Craig, John 


Interior 


1,619 46 


Davie, MagRie M 


National Defence 


314 23 


Davis. Henry 


Post Office 


1,338 32 


DeGraves. H.J 


National Revenue 


1,124 80 


Delves, Mary E. M 


Interior 


652 21 


Desrochers, Aline 


National Revenue 


159 91 


Doherty, Helen 


Interior 


85 45 


Donovan, J. E 


National Revenue 


280 97 


Dunstan, Leonard G 


Post Office 


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Elmore, Rlanche 


Immigration 


461 68 


FaiUe, Arthur J 


Post Office 


927 61 


Fawcett, H. G 


Agriculture 


904 70 


Fortune, K 


Civil Service Commission 

Interior 


632 52 


Fultj, Winnifred F 


211 37 


Funnell, Arlene A 


Post Office 


1,073 17 


Furoia , M . Y 




188 27 


Gibson, Florence 


R.C.M. Police 


292 45 


Goltman, Dorothy 


National Defence 


685 94 


Grafton , B . N 


Insurance 


423 81 


Graham, Norman D 


National Revenue 


2, 169 74 


Grimes, Mary 


Agriculture 


78 09 




Post Office 


228 36 


Buunn, Marion N 


Immigration 


165 31 


Bairington, Josephine 


Agriculture 


40 79 


Bclmwi, L. Lillian 


PoHt ( )i\\cc 


61 60 


Biokey. Mary 


Immigration 


309 38 


Bod*»n. Edward St. D 


National Revenue 


864 65 


Howe, Florence G 


Interior 


78 38 


Badon, Eugenie E 


Post Office 


551 40 


Irwin. George 


Marine. 


247 88 


Jtoiieeon, Gertrude E 


National Revenue 


107 04 


Jaadrew, Catherine E 


Interior 


360 31 


lohMton. Ella T 


Trade and Commerce 


14« 61 


Joyce, Anastuia 


Immigration 


168 72 


Kenny, CO 


National Revenue 


1.025 50 


King.A.E 


Post Office.. 


1,204 29 


Lakc.AlbertA 




067 30 


Lambert, J. G . N 


Interior 


456 34 


Laatalum, Margaret 


Immigration 

Poet Office 


3.015 25 




201 25 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 90 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Withdrawal Allowances paid to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased 
Employees during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929 — Concluded 



Name of contributor 


Department 


To whom paid 


Amount 
paid 


Larmour, B. Alice 


National Revenue 


Contributor 

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S cts. 
118 04 


Leduc, Louis A 




1,345 74 


Lee.M.J 


" 


1,541 60 


LeRer, Mariette 


Post Office 


687 49 


Letourneau , Germaine 


National Revenue 


113 60 


Loney, Thos. H 


Post Office 


1,146 91 


Lothian, M. M. L 


Immigration 


169 10 


Loucks, Constance H 


Agriculture 


29 18 


Ly le, Janet 


Immigration 


121 45 


Macauley, H. D 


Public Works 


275 60 


Manhard. W. E. W 


Post Office 


1,109 22 


McCarthy, Dugal P 


Marine 


206 88 


McDouRald, R. B 


National Revenue 


2,883 41 


McGrath, VV. N 


Interior 


732 69 


McGregor, J. R 


Indian Affairs 


826 58 


McIUwraith, W. A 


Post Office 


744 56 


McKinney, J. H 


Public Works 


522 33 


McVity, I>ucinda 


Pensions 


480 30 


McWhirter, Hugh 


National Revenue 


480 00 


Miller, Walter St. J 


Interior 


Contributor 


1,069 34 


Mitchener, E. H 


Post Office 


Mother 


113 25 


Mulli*can, A. A ; 


Finance 


Contributor 


110 33 


Normoyle, M. M 


Post Office 


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190 68 


Norwood , M ary E 


Agriculture 


84 26 


O'Connell, E. J 


Immigration 


1,393 74 


O'Neill. Kathleen M 


Trade and Commerce 


59 89 


Page, Henry 


Post Office 


747 55 


Parrish. J. F 


National Revenue 


1,452 73 


Patton, M.J 


Interior 


1,042 90 


Pednault, Romeo 


Post Office 


1,188 69 


Peterk in, Martha M 


Public Works 


1.278 47 


Pink, Eleanor R 


Post Office 


15 51 


Pirie, Alex 


Interior 


1,066 13 


Pollock, Jean A 


Agriculture 


131 73 


Presley, Bertha M 


« 


997 06 


PrinRle, Robert 


Indian Affairs 


2.141 37 




National Revenue 


1.000 67 


Rainboth, Marie 


Civil Service Commission 

Public Works 


164 55 


Ranger, Anna. F 


1,194 82 


Robertson, Winnifred 


Civil Service Commission 

National Defence 


679 46 


Robson, Gertrude S 


1.309 79 


Roonoy, Jos. Louis 


Marine and Fisheries 


447 72 


Shrum , Howard 


Post Office 


1.053 26 


Slover, Eva 


S.C.R 

Interior 


413 88 


Somerville, B. B 


106 27 


Staples, Esther F 


Post Office 


785 02 


Sullivan, W. H 


Immigration 


1,274 16 


Taggart, Fred 


Agriculture 


541 26 


Tanner, G. T 


T'ost Office 


1,135 61 


Taylor. W.R 


Indian Affairs 


866 60 


Thebarge, Eva 


Agriculture 


30 92 


Thomas, Angeline 


T'ost Office 


828 61 


Thomson, Lillian A 


Trade and Commerce 


206 16 


Tomney, Charlotte F 


Pensions and National Health . 
Justice 


303 24 


Tremblay, J. E 


2,218 78 


Turner, Lulu 


Indian Affairs 


391 05 


Vinette, Mathilda 


National Revenue 


130 41 


Warner, Daisy 8 


Agriculture 


523 34 


Weiler, R. W 


National Revenue 


Contributor 


1,249 93 


Wiles.N.B 


Poet Office 


« 

M 


691 80 


Wilson, Margaret J 


National Defence f 


116 68 










89,579 38 



Total amount paid as Annuities to Contributors • 415,425 84 

Total amount paid as Annuities to Dependents 137. 284 12 

Totiil amount paid as Gratuities 50,430 95 

Total amount paid as Withdrawals 89, 579 38 



03870-7) 



Total Superannuation No. 5. 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 



Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 
during 
1928-^ 



Adams, Jessie L 

Aikens, Sarah 

Allen, Jennie 

Amor, Eliza S 

Anderson, Dorothea S. 
Anderson, Elizabeth.. . 



Archambault, Marie L. 

Ardouin, Clara 

Ariand, Mary Jane 

Armstrong, Dora 

'Armstrong, Harriet 

Ashton, Lucy Ann 

Atcheson, Ada 

Atkins, Martha J 

Atwood, Julia 

Aumond, Lcda P 

Aumond, Mary Eliz . . . . 

Austin, Agnea 

Austin, Clara 

Austin, Mary J 

Avery, Margaret 

Bacon, Ellen F 

Balcom, May Jane 

Barber, Charlotte V. . . . 

Barber, Elizabeth 

•Barber, Jane E 

Bare, Catherine 

Barker, Annie L 

Bamett, I^ura 

Barrett, Annie 

•Bartlett, Ida L 

Barton, Julia E 

Bartram, Janet 

Bascom, Elizabeth A.. . 

Bate, Beatrice N 

Battle. KatherineM 

Battle, Rachel Eliz 

Bayard, Annie E 

Beatty, Margaret L 

Beauchcsnc, Caroline. . . 
Beaudoin, Philomene. . . 
*Beaulieu, Rose Alba... 
Beckwith, Cordelia R. . 

Bdair, Victoria L 

Bellaui, Elise L 

BriUrean, Genevieve. . . 

Beltoii, Margaret K 

Belyea, Maiw L 

BeaiMtt, Katherine E... 
BenneU, Mary Alice.. . 

Bennetts, Minnie 

Bender. Eva Alma 

Beaaon, Alice Maud 

Bcrney, Elisabeth 

Kckle, Charlotte H. . . . 

Bin. MMfarct A 

BOttiWi, Charlotte E. . . 

Bikxlean. Rebecca 

Birtek, Margaret H 

Bbdr. Rebecca 

Bkis,ElsireB. 

Bhtney. Markm J 

Bbuichard, iMbelk M .. 



J. F. Adams 

Wm. Aikens 

Horace Allen 

H*. Amor 

Wm. P. Anderson. 
Andrew Anderson. 



Alfred Archambault 

0. G. V. Ardouin 

Wm.Hy. Ariand 

B. M. Armstrong 

Robert Armatrong 

Alfred E. Ashton 

A. Atcheson 

Wm. Atkins 

W.W. Atwood 

Telmond Aumond 

Wm. Hy. Aumond 

/. J. Austin. 

T. B. S. Austm 

Wm. A. Austin 

Wm. R. Avery 

Thos. Bacon 

1. H. Balcom 

Edward C. Barber 

Hen F. Barber 

John S. Barber 

A. Bare 

R. W, Barker 

John Bamett 

Jas. Barrett 

J. H. Bartlett 

W. H.Barton 

Jos. Thos. Bartram 

Benj. Bascom 

Chas. W. C. Bate 

Timothy Battle 

John Battle 

f Jilbert A. Bayard 

W.J. Beatty 

P. C. Bcauchesne 

Jos. Beaudoin 

Arthur H. Bcaulieu 

Robert Nelson Beckwith. 

A. P. Belair 

Narcisse L. S. Belleau.... 

A. H. Belliveau 

F. S. Bclton 

Theodore H. Belyea 

Fred G. Bennett 

.John Bennett 

Francis K. Bennetts 

Hiram Bender 

Martin Benson 

Tlios. Bcrney 

John W. Bickle 

f-aleh R.Hill 

Hraddish Billingi 

Edmond Bilodeau 

r.S.Birteh 

William Blair 

C.Blaia. 

Georfte F. Blarney 

Wm. M. K. Blanchard... 



National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries 

Immigration and Colon- 
ization. 

Archives 

Labour 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Railvoaus and Canala 

Post Office 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

National Revenue : 

Secretary of State 

National Defence 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

National Defence 

Finance 

Auditor General's Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Finance 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Raihoays and Canala 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Print ing and Stationery 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Privy Council 

National Revenue 

Indiati ,\ffairs 

Post Office 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Interior 

PMtOfBoe 

Trade and Commerce... . . 

Po.st Office 

Puhlir Works 

National Revenue 

Post Office 



200 28 

72 66 

60 00 

S60 65 

700 00 

83 13 

168 28 
346 50 
315 00 
720 22 
/// 78 
1.58 34 
173 25 
333 68 
140 00 
208 12 
330 31 

125 84 
120 00 

126 00 
262 50 
126 00 
332 50 
306 24 
134 75 
225 48 

46 62 
455 00 
168 75 
280 00 
156 00 

46 46 
245 00 
132 00 
500 72 

69 76 
131 75 
266 73 
375 88 
175 00 

70 58 

85 00 
217 .50 
139 38 

69 79 
301 60 
812 50 
392 19 
472 24 
164 33 
676 40 
112 98 
438 96 
204 14 
219 19 
101 85 

M, 00 
185 84 
90S 90 
18S 00 
111 10 
179 63 

86 25 I 



I cts. 

200 28 
72 60 
60 00 

699 96 
83 04 

154 22 
346 44 
288 75 
780 13 
179 It 
158 28 

173 16 
333 60 
139 92 
208 08 
330 24 
£S6 97 
120 00 
126 00 
262 44 
126 00 
332 40 
306 24 
134 64 
188 57 

50 44 
454 92 
168 72 
279 96 
104 00 

46 44 
244 92 
132 00 
4.58 92 
ISe 99 
131 64 
266 64 
375 84 

174 9« 
70 56 
92 04 

217 44 
139 32 

69 72 
301 56 
212 40 
.392 16 
472 20 
164 28 
676 32 
112 92 
438 9« 
204 12 
219 12 
101 76 

59 .54 

185 7« 
400 41 

186 00 
111 00 
179 .52 

86 10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



101 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Blethen, Clara Belle 

Boivin, Josephine V 

Boneberg, Caroline D.... 

Bonnick, Sarah C 

Bottereli, Annie 

Botterell, Mary L 

Boulanger, Caroline 

Boulet, Blanche T 

Bourgeois, Emma 

Bourinot, Isabelle 

•Bourret, Alexandrina..., 

Bourret, Sara D 

Bown, Eliza P 

Boyle, Mary Agnea 

Bradley, Margaret 

Brennan, Elizabeth 

Brennan, Jessie 

Brennan, Margaret F 

Brenot, Delpliine 

•Briggs, Johanna 

Brittain, Dora Joyce 

•Brittain, Ellen W 

Brophy, Elizabeth M.. . . 

Brophy, Fannie L 

Browne, Sarah Alice 

Bud(je, Phoebe 

Buiat, Amelia E 

Bunel, Isabel E 

Bunting, Jane 

Burke, Bridget 

Byers, Mary Agnes 

Byrnes, Honorah 

Cairns, Annie 

Cairns, Minnie Eliz 

Cameron, Lucy O 

Campbell, Constance. . . . 

Campbell, Marie E 

Campcau, M. Adeline.... 

Carleton, Isabella 

Carleton, Julia 

Carroll, Maria 

Carter, Amy J. T 

Carter, Bella Phebe 

Casault, E.stlu;r A 

Caagrain, ( atherine 

Cassclls, Emma 

Chadd, Ida 

Chalmers, Elizabeth 

Chesloy, Mary Stuart... , 

Cliilton, Jemima 

Clappison, Mary 

Clark, Amelia E 

Clark. Bertha 

Clarke, Margaret M 

Clark, Sarah M 

Clarkin, Annie 

Claude, Rachel A 

Clayton. Clara M 

Clov rv...HotteE 

Clii .rT 

CoIm ncc H 

Codil, Katlicrinc F 

Code. Helen C 

Coffin, Jessie May 



Chas. W. Blethen 

Charles A. Boivin 

E. W. Boneberg 

Wm. Bonnick 

Hy. A. Botterell 

Edward Botterell 

Arthur Boulanger 

.\lbert Boulet 

Jos. Bourgeois 

Sir John G. Bourinot.. 
Hormidas A. Bourret. 

E. A. Bourret 

T. S. Bown 

Patrick Boyle 

Casper W. Bradley... . 

John Brennan 

Thos. Brennan 

Pat. F. Brennan 

Honore Brenot 

John Briggs 

Alfred Brittain 

Joseph Brittain 

Geo. P. Brophy 

Wm. M. Brophy 

Alfred Browne 

Benjamin Budge 

Andrew Buist 

Edmond L. Bunel 

Chas. E. Bunting 

Timothy Burke 

Henry Byers 

John Byrnes 

Wm. Cairns 

Thos. A. Cairns 

Donald M. Cameron. . 

J. M. Campbell 

John Campbell 

F. R. E. Campeau 

John Carleton 

Robert Carleton 

Daniel Carroll 

Chas. H. Carter 

James Carter 

Ix)ui8 J. Casault 

H. Casgrain 

Robert Cassells 

Geo. J. Chadd 

Robert Chalmers 

H. N. P. Chesley 

J.P.Chilton 

Thos. Chippiaon 

Jas. A. Clark 

Jas. R.Clark 

Patrick C'larko.. 

J. C.Clark 

John T. Clarkin 

Benjamin Claude 

Frank Clayton 

.Fohn R. Clewes 

('.Clinch 

Alex. H.J, Coburn... 

H.J. Codd 

Thos. J. Code. 
Frederick Coffin 



National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

House of Commons. . . . 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Po,st Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Trade and Commerce. . 
House of Commons. . . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Senate 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

Library of Parliament. 

Agriculture 

Justice 

National Revenue 

Mines 

National Defence 

Po.st Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

PostOffif-r 

PostOffir. 

PostOflir. .. 

Marine and Fislicrios... 

Interior 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Trade and Commerce.. 
Finance 



294 00 
160 00 

27 95 
260 07 
101 46 
420 00 

40 38 
280 00 

69 00 
561 00 
262 50 
175 00 
182 03 

157 40 
78 43 

329 00 
115 38 
loS 18 
222 28 
240 00 

56 00 
96 95 

525 00 
171 60 
210 00 
170 IS 

57 00 
154 11 

72 00 
365 25 
294 97 
509 62 
461 44 
437 50 
280 00 
245 00 

88 08 
503 61 
280 00 
156 75 
2.57 38 

76 50 
210 00 
210 00 
288 00 
352 00 

22 00 
208 82 
490 00 
186 92 
280 00 

158 97 
189 00 

90 00 
M 00 
105 22 

70 00 
279 00 

55 69 

56 00 
S38 00 
144 07 
748 86 
844 14 



; cts. 

294 00 
159 96 

27 84 
260 04 
101 40 
420 00 

40 32 
279 96 

19 84 
561 00 
210 23 
174 96 
197 08 
104 88 

91 42 
328 92 
115 32 
158 16 
222 24 

143 33 
55 92 
22 59 

525 00 
117 6S 
210 00 
355 9S 

57 00 
154 08 

72 00 
365 16 
294 96 
509 52 
461 40 
437 40 
279 96 
244 92 

88 08 
503 52 
279 96 
156 72 
2.57 28 

76 44 
210 00 
210 00 
288 00 
351 96 

208 80 
489 96 
186 84 
279 96 
158 88 
189 00 

90 00 
180 90 
109 12 

69 96 
279 00 

55 68 

51 26 
218 18 

144 00 
74S 80 
844 04 



rff^ 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927— Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Coldwell, Emily Mary.... 

Colette. Rosalie 

Collier. Ellen E 

CoLson. Elizabeth F 

Connolly, Margaret 

Corbeil, Seraphine 

Corbett. Sanih G 

Costlcy. Charlotte M 

Cote, Elmina 

Cote, Julia 

Courtney. Adelaide M 

Courtney, Mary E. S 

Cousins. Florence J 

Crawford, Elizabeth 

Crawford, Isabella A 

Crocker, Victoria A 

Culhane, Margaret 

Cullis, Ada Eliza 

Colross, Christina 

Dalton, Catherine J 

Dalton, Mar^ret J 

Datnery, Abbie J 

DaouBt, M. E. L 

D'Auray, Clariaae 

Daveluy, Marie Ann 

Davis, Alice M 

Davis, Flora B 

Davis, Frances Julia 

Davison, Lucille D 

Dawson, Maria 

DeCelles. Marie E 

Demare. Elva L 

•Dench. Katherine 

Denneny, Jane 

D'Entrf-ment. Frances 

Dickicson, Harriet 

•Dionne. Marie H 

Dixon, Margaret M 

Dobbin. Margaret 

Donaldson. Mary E 

Dorman, Jane H 

DoodUw. Emihr 

Doyb, Mary R 

Dopron, F. M 

Dnscoll. Karah A 

Drouillard, Cenevievc 

Drooin, CeduUe 

DaM, Rose A 

DoM, Victoira 

Dafrana, Lode L 

Dirframe, Mwy A 

Duggan, Anni4 

'Dwnoachel, Clara 

Dumdaa, Christiana L. 

Danlop, 8arah 

Dunae. Loniae P.. 

DaBBettjChariottc E 

DnpOBt-Hebeit, C. B 

Keianl^, Oacrgia Roe 

Edntf. Marnret 

, LoouK I 

•> Mar|Mvt 

Awoe* 

Mary A. A 



Aubrey B. Coldwell... 

Jacques Colette 

Chas. H. ColUer 

Frederick Colson 

Peter Connolly 

Jos. Z. Corbeil 

Howard Corbett 

A. Costley 

Pierre M. Cote 

Jos. A. Cote 

J. J. Courtney 

J. M. Courtney 

Hugh T. Cousins 

John Crawford 

S.Crawford 

Wm. Crocker 

Patrick Culhane 

Wm. Cullis 

Charles Culross 

.James Dalton 

Roberto. Dalton 

Thos. J. Damery 

Joseph A. Daoust 

Louis D'Auray 

Georges Daveluy 

John C. Davis 

Rupert G. Davia 

.John Davis 

Thos. E. Davison 

Francis Dawson 

A, D. DeCellea 

J. G. Demare 

Thos. Q. Dench 

Jas. Denneny 

J. A. D'Entrement 

M. G. Dickieson 

Ernest Dionne 

I'>e<lerick A. Dixon. . . 

W. L. Dobbin 

J. R. Donaldson 

W. H. Dorman 

Peter B. Douglas 

Jas. J. Doyle 

I. A. Doyon 

James DriscoU 

Albert Drouillard 

Alphonae Drouin 

L.J. A. Dub« 

Lucien Dub6 

F. A. Dufresne 

L. F, Dufretne 

E.J. Duooan 

I^. A. Dumouchel 

Jas. Dundas 

las. H. Dunlop 

John P. Dunne 

E. H. Dunnett 

Chas. Dupont-Hebort. 

John Erkttrsley 

Wm. E<lgar 

A. Egnner 

James H. Elliott. 

Geo. Ellis 

rWm. Ellis 



National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 
Railways and Canals... 

Secretary of State 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Justice 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries... 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce.. 

Agriculture 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Justice 

Interior 

Finance 

Railways and Canals... 
Library of Parliament. 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Interior 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of State 

House of Commons. . . . 

Post Office 

Finance 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

Finance. 

Library of Parliament.. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenae 

National Revenva 

Post Office 

National Revenne 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals... 



216 67 
84 63 

82 76 
586 25 
280 00 
532 25 

32 50 
425 00 
700 00 
660 00 
210 12 
875 00 
208 18 
252 00 
239 95 

204 00 
97 50 
51 75 
88 98 

490 00 
297 50 

40 60 
264 83 
238 77 

72 00 
1.58 30 
232 00 
490 00 
202 67 

23 21 
943 06 
170 10 
130 00 
116 90 

48 00 
336 00 
196 62 
691 18 
257 54 
257 40 
280 00 
134 18 

139 20 
490 00 

28 25 

205 92 
399 00 
236 57 
350 00 
185 94 
159 45 
4S8 00 
247 14 
183 m 

140 00 
176 67 
313 06 
272 00 
»S8 00 
244 13 
262 50 
105 39 
272 00 
246 50 



cts. 

216 60 
84 60 

586 25 
279 96 
532 20 

40 50 
424 92 
699 96 
605 00 
210 12 
874 92 
208 08 
252 00 
239 88 
204 00 

81 20 

51 72 

88 92 
489 96 
297 48 

78 SI 
264 72 
238 68 

72 00 
158 28 
231 96 
326 64 
202 56 

23 16 
942 96 
170 04 

32 47 
116 88 

36 00 
336 00 

591 12 
236 06 
257 40 
279 96 
134 16 
139 20 
489 96 
28 20 
223 08 
399 00 

236 n 

349 M 
18.'5 88 
106 24 
87 47 
92 99 
StO SO 
139 92 
191 30 
312 M 
271 92 
49 iS 
244 08 
262 44 
105 36 
271 02 
225 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



103 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Embury, Ida May 

Erwin, Rhoda 

Evans, Kate D 

Fawcett, Myra 

Feamside, Ida J 

Fenerty, Louise M 

Ferguson, Ann E 

Fergusson, Melanie A. . . 

Firth, Alicia 

Fleming, Mary 

Fletcher, Sarah 

Flinn, Margaret 

Foley, Mary E 

Forest, Rose D 

Fortier, Cecile G 

Fortier, Sephronie 

Foster. Blanche 

Foster, Margaret 

Fox, Mary A 

Franck, Leda 

Eraser, Angeline 

Eraser, Jennie 

Fraser, Mary J 

Frechette, Annie H 

Frechette, Eliaabeth. . . 

Freeman, Mary E 

Friers, Sarah A 

Frigon, Leocadie P 

Frost, Martha 

Fulton, Mary 

Gagnon, Emma 

Gariepy, Marie A 

Garland , Katherine 

•Garrison Elizabeth 

Oass, Blanche E 

Gaudin, Agnes 

Gaudry, A. L 

Oenesl, Rose 

Gerald , Alice M 

Gerald, Eliaabeth H... 

Gerald, Liaxie 

Gill, Eliza A 

GUI, Isabella 

Gillie, Mary 

Gingras, Marie P 

Giroux, Mary 

•Giroux, Sophie 

•Gleeson, Anna 

Olover, Frances , 

Godson, Mary M 

Goodeve, Chloe E 

Oouin, Adelaide 

Gouin, Erilie M 

•Gould, Mary E 

•Gourdeau, Clara 

Grafton, Mary 

Greaves, Marie Z 

Greenfield, Eliaa 

Guerin, Aurore C 

Hagarty, Henrietta 

Hagerman, Alvina V . . . . 

Halkett, Isabel 

Hall. Beatrice 

HaU. Elsie M 



J. Embury 

Walter Erwin 

Albert H. Evans 

Edgar Fawcett 

J. H. Feamside 

Arthur Fenerty 

Wm. Ferguson 

R. C. Fergusson 

Charles M. Firth... 
Alexander Fleming. . 

E. H. Fletcher 

Wm. Flinn 

Jas. G. Foley 

Eugene Forest 

J.J. O. Fortier 

Theo. Fortier 

Geo. L. Foster 

Alfred Foster 

Thomas Fox 

Raphael Franck 

L. C. Fraser 

J. R. Fraser 

John Fraser 

Achille Frechette. . . 

G. Frechette 

N. P. Freeman 

John Friers 

H. M. A. Frigon 

S. L. T. Frost 

Robert Fulton 

S. Gagnon 

J. B. Gariepy 

N.S.Garland 

W. A. Garrison 

Wm. Hy. Gasa 

J. Gaudin 

B. T. Gaudry 

/. A. Genent 

A.S.Gerald 

W.J.Gerald 

W.H.Gerald 

Wm.Hy. Gill 

Wm.GxU 

John Gillie 

J. F. Gingras 

O. J. Giroux 

Joseph Giroux 

Jas. Gleoson 

John E. Glover 

Ernest Godson 

W.M. Goodeve 

Jaa. A. Gouin 

Chas. Gouin 

T.D.Gould 

F. Gourdeau 

W. H.Grafton 

Walter Greaves 

J. R. M. Greenfield. 
L. J. Guerir 

H. B. Har 
J. G. Hag. I 
J. B. Halkcll.. 
Chas. R. Hall 
no. P. HaU 



Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. 

Post Office 

National Revenue. . . , 

Post Office 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Privy Council 

National Revenue . . . . 
National Revenue . . . . 

Public Works 

Justice 

Railways and Canals. 
National Revenue . . . . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Auditor General 

House of Commons. . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue . . . . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue. . . . 
National Revenue. . . . 

R.C.M.P 

Post Office 

Finance 

National Revenue . . . . 

Finance 

Marine and Fisheries.. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue . . . . 
National Revenue. . . . 
National Revenue. . . . 

Post Office 

Interior 

Railways and Canals. 
House of Commons. . . 
National Revenue . . . . 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals. 
Railways and CamUs. . . 

Post Office 

Interior 

Post Office 

National Revenue. . . . 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries.. 
National Revenue. . . . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue . . . . 
National Revenue .... 
National Revenue. . . . 
Marine and Fisheriea., 
.Nntioiiiil Revenue. . . . 
Post Office 



51 13 
101 50 

198 59 
168 75 
207 72 
eg4 26 
227 50 
256 63 

61 63 

S7 60 

693 88 

156 51 
598 12 
301 20 
132 59 
351 82 
252 00 
101 06 
262 13 
112 68 
334 01 
205 00 
875 00 
488 06 

95 00 

157 50 
191 33 

163 30 
412 77 

66 00 
189 00 

86 00 
266 47 
262 50 
2^6 00 

185 56 

199 61 
m 00 
105 00 
875 00 
374 00 
240 00 
497 60 

88 59 

289 00 

245 00 

140 39 

48 24 

86 70 

164 67 
430 21 
700 00 
210 00 
217 00 
700 00 
224 00 
366 26 
593 18 
108 84 

270 60 

186 94 
476 88 
189 00 

271 01 



( eta. 

61 12 
101 40 

198 48 
168 72 

190 41 
ill 47 
227 40 
256 56 

56 43 

73 68 

693 84 

156 48 
598 08 
301 20 
132 48 
351 72 
252 00 
101 04 
262 08 
112 68 
333 96 
204 96 
874 92 
447 37 

94 92 

157 44 

191 28 

163 20 
412 68 

60 50 
189 00 

85 92 
266 40 

96 65 
124 60 
186 52 

199 56 

214 ee 

96 26 
874 92 
373 92 
240 00 

869 00 
88 86 

288 96 

244 9S 

47 61 

32 16 

17 27 

164 64 
466 06 
699 96 
210 00 
216 96 
619 88 
223 93 
366 24 
593 16 
198 84 
270 60 
186 84 
476 88 
189 00 

870 90 



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Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

^' Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — ContiniLed 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-^ 



Hall, Oriesaa 

Hamilton, Mary 

Harding, Ida K 

Harney , Mary 

Harrington, Florence 

Harris, Emma J 

Harron, M. E 

Hasaard, EvaF 

Hasiard, Annie W 

Hatch, Caroline 

Hayes, Emily C 

Heath, Christina 

Henderson , Charlotte A . . 

Henry, Jane 

Herchmer, Ethel J 

Herst, Dinah 

Hicks. Lessie A 

Hill, Almina A 

Hilton, Frances P 

Hiscott, Frances S 

Hobbs, Agnes 

Holder, Lillie J 

Howe, Margaret C 

•Hoyt, Rebecca A 

Hudson, Kate A 

Hunt, Bessie 

Hurley, Annie 

Hyatt. Mary E.. 

•Hyslop, Henrietta I 

Ironside, Caroline 

James, Sophia 

Jarvis, Ethel C 

Jenkins, Susan J 

Jesaop, Mary S 

Johnson, Christina 

Johnstone, Jane L 

Joule, P>llen 

Keating, Laura M 

Keelcr, Elixa A 

Keith, Georgie 

Kelly, Margaret 

Kennedy, Maude A 

Kent, Stixan C 

Keyes, Helen 

King, Augusta F 

Kinloch , Emily G . . . . 

•Klot«, Marie C 

KnaufT, Henrietta 

Kreps, Rose Ann 

LaoMBe, Liosa M 

LafODtainc, Eugenie 

Laframboii^, Alphonsine. 

L«0tce, Mclvina 

Lally, Annie 

Laml>o. Ma»H5l M 

Laporto, Clara L 

Larochello, Flora 

Lame, Mario E. C 

Latouchc, Anna 

Laurin, Marie E 

Lawior, Elisabeth 

Leblaac, Aiilds 

Lee, Fraaoes A. R 

L««, Sarah Ana 



Jaa.M.HaU 

Andrew Hamilton 

F. H. Harding 

Thos. Harney 

W. H. Harrington 

H. J. Harris 

R. J. Harron 

Richard Hassard 

T. W. D. Hasaard... 

Walter Hatch 

Edwin C. Hayes 

Daniel Heath 

James Henderson 

J. R. Henry 

L. \V. Herdimer 

Samuel Herst 

Amos Hicks 

Arthur M. Hill 

Geo. W.Hilton 

Wm. C. Hiscott 

G. N. Hobbs 

Geo. W. Holder 

G. J. Howe 

J. W. Hoyt 

A. B. Hudson 

Geo. A. Hunt 

Robert Hurley 

F. F. Hyatt 

Sam. N. Hyslop 

Geo. A. Ironside 

W. H. James 

E. F. Jarvis 

Geo. Jenkins 

W. G. Jessop 

Jos. Johnson 

Geo. E. Johnstone 

A. J. Joule 

M. E. Keating 

Goo. 8. Kceler 

Jas. T. Keith 

Mathew D. Kelly 

Robert D. Kennedy. . 

S.B.Kent 

James Keyes 

Wm. F. King 

Henry Kinlocb 

Otto J. Klota 

Henry Knauff 

Wm . H. Kreps 

Louis T. La(»08e 

A. M . Lafontaine 

L. J. M. LaframboiM. 

Philippe Legaoe 

P.J. Lally 

L. M. Lambe 

Geo. Laporte 

Norbert Larocbelle. . . 

E. P. Larue 

A. Latouche 

A. Laurin 

R. A. Lawk>r 

Piarra Lablaae 

H.P.Lee 

Ed. Lee 



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Railways and Canals. . . 
Marine and Fisheries. . . 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Interior 

Auditor General 

Railways and Canals. . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

R.C.M.P 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

Railways and Canals. . . 

National Revenue 

Auditor General 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals. . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Defence 

N ational Revenue , 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Nat ional Revenue 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries... , 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries. . , , , 
Rail^^ays and Canals. . 

Interior 

Interior 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Interior 

National Defence , 

House of Commons 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Mines 

Nat ional Revenue 

Printing and Stationery 

National Revenue , 

National Hov<-'>"<' 
National lUn 
National \U-\ > 
Railways and Canals. . . 

I'ost OflSoe 

National Revenue 



ter 68 

122 40 
315 00 
262 50 
616 88 
33 20 
135 82 
397 45 
245 00 

94 88 
472 50 

32 25 
458 88 

57 19 
£86 00 

72 00 
396 67 

173 33 

147 72 
282 66 

178 63 
175 00 

148 28 
216 00 
400 00 
211 61 
103 34 
450 86 

73 60 
194 25 

69 00 
758 33 
141 63 
184 40 
315 00 

143 52 

95 00 

174 86 

144 14 
315 00 

173 33 
315 00 
481 OH 

41 76 
666 11 

154 24 
865 97 

179 61 
280 00 
110 00 

155 91 
560 07 

84 00 
168 71 
694 13 
204 00 
287 35 
245 00 
202 92 
202 «7 
106 00 

88 55 

174 66 
261 81 



cts. 

6U 40 
122 40 
315 00 
262 44 
616 80 

33 12 
135 72 
397 44 
244 92 

94 80 
472 44 

32 16 
458 88 

57 12 
661 6S 

66 00 
396 60 

173 28 
135 41 
282 60 
178 5« 

174 96 
148 20 
138 60 
399 96 
211 56 

94 71 
450 84 

64 26 
194 16 

69 00 
768 28 
153 40 
184 32 
315 00 
155 48 

87 01 
174 84 
144 12 
315 00 

173 28 
315 00 

eoe ts 

41 76 
666 00 
164 20 
677 28 
164 66 
279 06 
100 02 
166 88 
660 88 

84 00 
168 60 
6U 61 
204 00 
287 28 
244 02 
202 92 
208 66 

««35 

88 44 

174 60 
261 7» 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



105 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Lefebvre, Alphonsine. 

Legendre, Letitia 

L^gett, Mary A 

Lelacheur, Surah J. . . 
Lemieux, Emma E. . . 

Lemieux, J. A. . . : 

Lepage, Alphonsine. . . 

Leslie, Margaret 

Leaueur, Lottie A 

Letson, Lucretia M. . . 

Levasseur, P. V 

Lewis, Evelyn C 

Lewis, Maiy: 

Little, Christina M . . . 

Lloyd, Ellen 

Lord, Margaret 

Losey, Susan 

•Loucks, Cecilia 

Lowe, Ella 

Lowry, Sarah E. M.. 

Loyer, Eglophire 

Lynch, Charlotte M.. 

Lyons, Helen 

Macarow, Mary E 

Macauley, Mary E... 
Macdonald, Annie — 
Macdonald, Clara A.. 
Macdonald, Isabella. , 

Macdonell, Ada M 

Macfarlane, Margaret 
Mackenzie, Grace A. . 
Macle<jd, Eliz. Susan. 
Macpherson, Annie C. 
Macpherson, Ellen.... 

Macrae, Rachel A 

Madore, Marie H 

Mahon, Mary 

Maingy, Ann Maria... 
Malepart, Elizabeth.. 

Mankey, Mary W 

Marentette, Susan. . . . 

Marks, Emily E 

Marquette, Eliz. J 

Martin, Antoinette... 

Martin, Nora E 

Martineau, Marie H.. 

Matheson, A^es 

Matthews, Marie E. . 
Matthews, Sarah A. . 

May, C'hri.stina 

Medio w, Catherine. . . 

Miller, Agnes B , 

Miller, Matilda 

Milligan, Ixtna P 

Milliken, liessic 

Mocrschfoldor, Jane. . 
MofTatt, Eliz. Ann... 

Morgan, Margaret 

Monaghan, Minnie 

Monknian, Eliz. £... 

Morin, Alice R 

Morin, Marie 

Murray, Flora 

McAdoo, Annie 



G. Lefebvre 

J. B. Z. Legendre 

John E. Leggett 

C. P. Lelacheur 

E. E. Lemieux 

G. Lemieux 

Victor Lepage 

John Leslie 

Chas. P. Lesueur. . . . 

E. E. Letaon 

Naz. Levasseur 

R. A. Lewis 

J. H. Lewis 

H. R. Little 

F.E. Lloyd 

A. Lord 

T. Losey 

H. H. Loucks 

W.H.Lowe 

John Lowry 

F. I^yer 

Walter Lynch 

Jno. M. Lyons 

P. H. Macarow 

D. D. Macauley 

C. J. Macdonald 

A. B. Macdonald 

Dugald Macdonald... 

H. P. Macdonell 

Thos. Macfarlane 

Arch. Mackenzie 

Alex. D. Macleod.... 

John Macpherson 

Wm. Macpherson 

Jas. A. Macrae 

J. A. Madore 

Martin J. Mahon 

L. A. Maingy 

Geo. S. Malepart 

Wm. J. Mankey 

Alex. Marentette 

John Marks 

L. F. Marquette 

R. P. Martin 

C. W. Martin 

F. R. Martineau 

John Matheaon 

Geo. Matthews 

John Matthews 

G.M.May 

Charles Medlow 

Hy. J. Miller 

Robt. S.Miller 

VV. G. Milliaan 

Edwin Millucen 

Jacob Moerschfelder. 

Thos. P. MofTatt 

Jamea A. Morgan 

John Monaghan 

A. H. Monkman 

A. E. Morin 

Jules Morin 

Alex. Murray 

R.J. McAdoo 



Post Office 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals. . . 

National Revenue 

National Defence 

Interior 

Public Works 

Justice 

Po.-t Office 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Trade and Commerce... 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries.... 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Defence 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Justice 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce... 

Finance 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Finance 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Secretary of State 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Poet Office 

Indian Affairs 

Poet Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Marino and Fisheries.... 

PoHt Office 

National Revenue 



255 21 
198 00 
140 00 

42 00 
502 67 
282 78 
116 00 
491 46 
437 50 

60 00 
228 47 
344 33 
513 62 
129 50 

9g 90 
388 64 
122 31 
176 00 
101 85 

87 00 
325 65 
116 00 
403 00 
315 00 
187 20 
312 00 
363 00 
225 00 

296 44 
315 00 
238 00 
140 19 
375 00 
315 00 

297 50 
315 00 
367 60 
447 71 
525 48 
146 56 
149 85 

69 00 
203 72 
212 38 
302 17 
208 00 

91 60 
126 04 

M 25 
162 00 

95 00 

70 00 
247 48 
458 03 
227 00 
415 92 
161 64 

80 90 
168 00 
116 73 
288 17 
113 68 
222 22 
168 92 



cts. 

255 12 
198 00 

139 92 
42 00 

502 56 
282 72 

115 92 
491 40 
437 40 

60 00 
209 44 
344 28 
613 60 
129 48 

17 97 
388 56 
122 28 

24 43 

93 28 
87 00 

325 56 
106 26 
402 96 
315 00 
187 20 
312 00 
363 00 
225 00 

296 40 
315 00 
237 96 

140 16 
375 00 
315 00 

297 48 
315 00 
367 44 
447 60 
525 48 
146 52 
149 76 

69 00 
203 64 
212 28 
302 16 
207 96 

91 66 
126 00 

56 20 

162 00 
87 01 
76 79 

247 44 
467 92 

94 76 
416 92 
161 66 
t68 88 
164 00 

116 64 
288 12 
113 62 
222 12 

163 84 



106 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Cordinued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contribator 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1028-^ 



McAllister, Mary 

*MoBeath, Lowell E... 

McCarthy, Mary L 

McCloskey, Bridget... 

McCord, Harline 

McCoy, Anna C. ..... . 

McDonald, Catherine.. 
'McDonald, Jessie A. . , 
M c Donald , Johanna. . . . 

McDonald, Mary C... 
•McDougall, Marion E, 

McElhinney, E. F 

McFarlane, Katherine. 

McGee, Elizabeth 

McGie. Clara E 

McGinnis, Jane A 

McGirr, Jano 

McGuire, Etna 

Mclnnis, Emma 

Mclntyre, Lizzie 

McKay, Annie E 

McKay, Ellon 

McKay, Frances Jane. . 

McKenna, C. A 

McKcnna, Mary 

McKenna, Mary 8 

McKiel, MaryO 

McLagan, D 

McLennan, E. A 

McLeod.M.E 

McMinn, Caroline 

McMullan, Dorothy. . . 
McNamara, Gertrude. 
*McQuarrie, Catherine 

Nelson, Ermina 

Nelson, Jes.sie 

Nevens, Alice M 

Newall, Mary E 

Newsome, Charlotte. . 
Nicholson, Georgina... 

Noble, Maraaret 

Norcross, Mary L 

Norris, Gertrude 

Northrop, Marilla 

Nutting, Claire 

O'Brien, Harriet 

Odcll, Elizftl)eth L 

O'Dowd. .M. A 

•O'Farrell, Margaret... 

O'Flaherty, M. A 

O'Leftry, Johanna 

O'Loane, Teresa £ 

Orr. Lizzie L 

Ooeuatte, Marie L 

Ouitnet, FAixab^ B.... 

•Owen, Keziah 

*Pteei, Euphemte E... 

Paqnet, Marie E 

Piric.lidith 

Parker, Mary P 

Pkrkcr, Winnifned 

Parkhill, Ida L 

Patrick. Maty 

PaUMon, Mark 



Daniel McAllister 

Allan McBeath 

Dennis F. McCw^y . . 

J. R. McCloskey 

F. A. McCord 

Wm. McCoy 

John McDonald 

Dan McDonald 

Jas. J. McDonald 

J. F. McDonald 

John L. McDougall.... 

M. P. McElhinney 

Jas. D. C. McFarlane. 

John Jos. McGee 

D.B. McGie 

Arthur McGinnis 

John McGirr 

Horace McGuire 

J. L. Mclnnis 

C. C. Mclntyre 

Hiram McKay 

James McKay 

Samuel McKay 

W.G. McKenna 

J. A. J. McKenna 

W.J. McKenna 

C.E. McKiel 

John McLagan 

A. McLennan 

W. W. McLeod 

W.J. R. McMinn 

H.J. McMullan 

M. McNamara 

T. B. McQuarrie 

Frank Nelson 

Robert Nelson 

J. Jas. Nevens 

W.J. NewaU 

W. A. Newsome 

James Nicholson 

W. H. Noble 

A. A. Norcross 

Jas. G. Norris 

B. M. Northrop 

Jas. P. Nutting 

J. F. O'Brien 

Henry Odell 

Francis O'Dowd 

Robert O'Farrell 

E. J. O'Flaherty 

B.O'Leary 

J. T. O'Loane 

W.A.Orr 

E. H. Ouellette 

TreffleOuimet 

A.W.Owen 

Cbas. Paaet 

E. T. Paquet 

W.A.Pairk 

Fred John Parker 

Wm. Parker 

W.J. ParkhUl 

G.M.Patrick 

T. C.Pattflwn 



National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

House of Commons. . . 

National Revenue 

Justice 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Auditor General 

Marine and Fisheries.. 

Post Office 

Privy Council 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Indian AiTairs 

Post Office 

National R«venue 

Finance 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

National Revenue....; 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Finance 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals.. 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries.. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals.. 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

House of Commont. . . . 
Marine and Fisheries.. 
House of Common*. . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 



68 00 
132 00 
280 00 
198 01 
416 25 
223 03 

240 00 
162 00 

46 56 
350 00 
540 00 
247 72 
149 44 
560 00 

70 00 
236 41 
367 50 
549 61 

72 25 
186 00 
471 43 
118 71 

40 80 

63 00 
390 00 
411 55 

241 87 
£18 76 
189 00 
485 63 
112 00 
18.3 21 
149 19 

12 31 
504 00 
232 30 
131 44 
60 00 
145 83 
114 56 
183 85 
377 40 
316 00 
703 94 
236 13 
380 69 
78 90 
238 00 
66 00 
80 59 
49 67 
270 67 
585 76 
245 00 
/// 25 
349 42 
174 65 
404 67 
294 00 
ttO 60 
210 00 
164 14 
110 82 
580 00 



cts. 

67 92 
11 00 

279 96 
198 00 
416 16 
222 96 
240 00 
149 37 

46 56 
349 92 

69 67 
247 68 
149 40 
559 92 

52 47 
236 40 
367 44 
549 60 

72 24 
139 50 
471 36 

29 67 

27 20 

63 00 
357 50 
411 48 
282 10 

as H 

189 00 

485 52 

111 96 

183 12 

149 16 

4 01 

504 00 

232 20 

131 40 

40 00 

145 80 

124 02 

183 84 

408 85 

315 00 

703 92 

236 04 

380 64 

78 84 

239 46 

15 21 

80 52 

49 56 

270 60 

585 72 

244 92 

ii8 4S 

29 11 
160 05 
404 64 
294 00 
its 9t 
210 00 
164 04 
110 76 
579 96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 107 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civiii Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Pelletier, Josephine 

Pereira, Lizaie 

Peny, Sarah 

Phair, Maud 

Philibert , Emma 

Phillips. Mabel 

Phillips, Maria 

Phillips, Mary H 

Pierson, Ada J 

Pirrie, Lillian 

Plumb, Josephine 

Plummer, G. M 

Plunkett, Ada 

Plunkett, Mary 

Polkinghome, Margaret.. 

Pope, Ethelwyn 

Pothier, Jean 

Powell, Catherine 

•price, Angeline 

Prout, Mary 

Pryor, Isabella B 

Quain, Ellen 

Quesnel, Sophie 

Quinlan, Julia 

Quinn, Catherine 

Ranahan, Mary 

Rand, Mary H 

Reinhardt, Margaret 

Renaud, Mathilde 

Rennie, Helen B 

Reynolds, Elizabeth 

Riddell, Annie 

Robertson, Annie 

Robertson, Catherine 

Robidoux, Ellen 

Robinson, Sophie 

Rogers, Catherine 



Rogers, Helen 

Rogers, Susannali . . . 

Rondeau, Aglae 

Rooney, Mary 

•Roper, EllaM 

Roriflon, EllsabetJi. 

Ross, Ada 

Ross, Bella J 

Ross, Rebecca 

Rossiter, Hannah.,.. 
Rouleau, Josephine. 
Rourke, Elizabeth., 
Rnusflcnu, Caroline. 
•Roy, ElizalM'th.... 

Roy, Fnbiola 

Ryan, Margaret 

Sandall. Mary A 

Scholfield, Mary C. 
Scholfield, Sarah... 

Schreiber, Julia 

Scott, ElizalM'th.... 
Shanacy, Jane F.... 
Shaw, Elizabeth.... 
Shaw, Louisa 



M. Pelletier , 

L. C. Pereira , 

H.C.Perry 

W.B. Phair , 

J. E. Philibert , 

R. B. H. PhUlips.. 

W. R. Phillips 

Percy Phillips 

Chas. Pierson , 

T. A. Pirrie 

Chas. Plumb 

H. Plummer 

G. L. Plunkett , 

Wm. Plunkett 

J. A. Polkinghome. 

Geo. D. Pope 

D. L. Pothier , 

John Powell , 

Geo. Price 

Frank Prout , 

Oswald Pryor 

Redmond Quain 

Jules Quesnel 

M. Quinlan , 

J. D. Quinn 

Peter Ranahan 

F. C. Rand 

H. N. Reinhardt... 

Jos. E. Renaud 

Geo. Rennie 

W. G. S. Reynolds. 

R. W. Riddell 

Alex. Robertson.... 
J. N. Robertson.... 

N. Robidoux , 

Geo. Robinson 

Thos. Rogers 



E.O' B.Rogers.... 

C. C. Rogers 

U. Rondeau 

Jno. Rooney 

S. C. D. Roper.... 

B. D. D. Rorison. 
Alex. Ross 

C. W. Ross 

Geo. Ross 

J. E. Rossiter 

F. Rouleau 

J. E. Rourko 

H. 6. Rousseau... 

Alex. Roy. 

E. F. E. Roy 

Jeremiah J. Ryan.. 

H. P. Sandall 

Thos. Scholfield.. 
Fergus Scholfield. 
Sir C-. Schroibcr. . 

Andrew Scott 

Michael Shanacy.. 
Abraham Shaw. . . 
Jas. F. Shaw 



Post Office 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Public Works 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... , 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries.. . 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Privy C'ouncil 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce.. 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

Governor General's Secre 

tary 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

Finance 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Po.t< Office 

Nat ional Revenue 

National Revenue 

Marino and Fisheries. . . . 

Privy Council 

Nat ional Rt>venue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 



190 72 
490 00 
21 00 
198 00 
232 00 
273 79 

88 38 
116 S8 
£71 02 

76 32 
494 28 
390 51 
367 50 
225 75 
283 50 
695 25 

19 00 

89 27 
82 93 
32 50 

£58 61 
411 48 
132 00 

175 00 
280 00 

77 00 
214 12 
104 82 
2.j6 67 
350 00 

32 50 
289 50 

70 50 

87 81 
499 63 

72 50 

166 60 
149 S7 
224 00 
315 00 
125 62 

176 00 
168 00 
244 72 
392 00 
965 42 

90 S8 
210 00 
700 75 
189 00 

28 00 

189 00 

tSt 18 

266 70 

93 54 

61 25 

1,050 00 

280 00 

208 00 

.W5 3."? 

690 62 



S cts. 

190 68 
489 06 

17 50 
198 00 
231 96 
273 72 

88 32 
tS6 6S 
til 49 

76 32 
494 28 

390 48 
367 44 
225 72 
283 44 
695 16 

11 06 
96 59 
27 64 
32 40 

60 OS 
377 19 
132 00 
174 96 
279 96 

83 33 
196 24 
104 76 
2.56 56 
349 92 

32 40 
289 44 

52 83 

87 72 
499 56 

72 48 

101 4S 
»9t 9S 
223 92 
315 00 
125 52 
43 49 
140 00 
244 68 

391 92 
965 40 
177 47 
210 00 
700 68 

189 00 
16 31 

190 50 
U8 It 
266 64 

93 48 

61 20 
1,050 00 

279 0« 
207 96 
IU5 24 
690 58 



108 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Ck>ntributor 



Department 



Annaal 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Bimpaon, Jenny 

Slattery, Elisabeth 

Blean, Eliza 

Sloan, Cassie E 

Smith, Agnes 

Smith, Agnes B 

Smith, Eniily A 

Smith, Gertrude E 

Smith, Jennie F 

Smith, Margaret H 

Soutter, Eliza 

*Spereman, Annie 

StandLsh, Dorothy 

Stanton, Sabina 

StajTier, Jessie 

Steckel, Mary 

Steele, Mathilda 

Steers, Annie 

Steffens, Margaret 

Stevens, Alicia 

•Stewart, Alma 

Stewart, Isabel 

Stewart, Isabelle 

Stimpson, Kate 

Stinson, Susan 

Stoddart, Helen 

Stratton, Rose 

Strongman, Mary 

Strous, Ida 

Sutherland, Kate 

Swan, Hannah 

Swinburn, Maria 

Talbot, Georgianna 

Taylor, Elizabeth 

Tetu, Emilie D 

Theriault, Rose 

Thompson, Elizabeth 

Thompson. Irene 

Thompsf )n, Theresa 

Toller, Annie F 

Towers, Elizabeth 

Trainor. Ellen 

Travis, Minnie 

•Trudel, I^ouiac 

Tupper, Rhoda L 

Tsrson. Elizal)cth 

Vankoughnet, Lucy 

Vavasour, Isobel 

Venning, Frances 

Vemer, Helcne 

Verreault, Exilia 

Verret, Annie 

Waller, Annie 

WaUh, A lice 

Walsh, Helen 

Warwicker, Lydia 

Waterman, Anno 

Wf-yms. Eva 

White. Adeline 

\H'hite, Clara 

White, Mary 

WhittaJter, Mary 



J. B. Simpson 

Ralph Slattery..., 

John Slean 

M.W. Sloan 

Geo. Smith 

E. J. M. Smith... 

Sidney Smith 

T.J. Smith 

Fred W. Smith. . . 

George Smith 

Alex. Soutter 

J. J. Spereman.... 

J. G. Standish 

E. P. Stanton 

T. A. Stayner 

L.J. Steckel 

V. H. Steele 

C. J. Steers 

John Steffens 

C. F. Stevens 

Douglas Stewart. . 

E. N. S. Stewart. 
Sam. Stewart 

F. C. Stimpson .. 
Thomas Stinson. . 

Jas. Stoddart 

W.C. Stratton.... 
Wm. Strongman. . 

Jas. Strous 

E. D. Sutherland. 
W. H. Swan 

A. R. Swinburn... 

Octave Talbot 

Charles Taylor. . . 

J.D.H. Tetu 

J. A. Theriault.... 
James Thompson 
H. P.Thompson.. 
Robt. Thompson.. 

Fred Toller 

Geo. T. Towen.... 

B. Trainor 

L.W.Travis 

B. Trudel 

C. W. Tupper 

A.M.Tyson 

L. Vankoughnet. . , 

E. W. Vavasour. . . 
R. N. Venning. . . . 
'. W. D. Vomer... 

. E. Verrcault 

G.C. Vcrrct 

JohnWaUcr 

Robert WaUh 

W.J.Walah 

F. S. Warwicker. . 
W. L. Waterman. . 

r!has. Weyras 

E.White 

F.White 

C.W.White 

W. C. Whittaker. . 



Auditor General 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

Senate 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Marine and Fisheries. . 

Interior 

Railways and Canals- 
National Revenue 

Justice 

National Revenue 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Auditor General 

Post Office 

Interior 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Senate , 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheriet, . . . 

Agriculture 

Public Works 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Patent and Copyright. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

R.C.M.P 

Marine and FisheriM... 
Finance 



315 00 
171 92 
104 14 
210 00 
155 90 
428 46 
698 76 
tSO 00 
266 51 
SSS 8S 
367 50 
248 00 
339 56 
536 29 

51 00 
538 86 
396 00 
490 00 

71 42 
133 00 
698 54 
123 75 
490 00 
341 00 
129 31 
198 27 
517 05 

144 94 

145 55 
1,0.')0 00 

231 00 

218 32 

4S7 50 

78 00 

165 i6 

215 42 

197 64 

273 00 

312 81 

558 54 

J^ 00 

210 00 

108 00 

276 .'iO 

98 7S 

91 95 

628 00 

245 00 

495 S4 

280 00 

37 .50 

44 64 

56 31 

US 00 

273 67 

181 84 

288 96 

189 44 

146 21 
875 00 
140 99 
437 50 



I eta. 

315 00 
171 84 
104 04 
210 00 
155 88 
428 40 
698 76 
i47 69 
266 40 
103 t9 
367 42 
82 64 

339 48 
536 28 

538 80 

396 00 

489 96 

71 40 

132 96 
480 70 
134 03 
489 96 

340 92 
129 24 
198 24 
516 96 

144 84 

145 44 
1,050 00 

231 00 
218 28 
18i S5 

78 00 
SH SS 
215 40 

82 35 
273 00 
312 72 
558 48 

88 57 
210 00 
108 00 
224 45 
169 OS 

91 92 
628 00 
344 92 

18 es 

270 9» 

37 44 

44 64 

56 28 

69 78 

273 60 

181 80 

288 06 

189 36 

133 OS 
874 02 
140 88 
437 40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 109 

Appendix No. 10 — Concluded 

Civil Sebvants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Concluded 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Concluded 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1928-29 



Wilkes, Margaret 

Willimott, Susan 

Williston, Kat« 

•Wilmot, Mary 

Wilson, Annie 

•Wiltshire, Margaret. 

Winters. Melissa 

Wood, Emily 

Worsnop, Mary 

Wright, Harriet 

York, Jennie 



E.T.Wilkes 

C. W. Willimott. 
W. W. WiUiston., 

J. B. Wilmot 

David Wilson..., 
John Wiltshire... 

Wm. Winters 

F.F.Wood 

A. A. Worsnop... 

J.P.Wright 

Dunbar York 



National Revenue 

Interior 

Marine and Fisheries 

Trade and Commerce.. 

National Revenue , 

Printing and Stationery 
Railways and Canals... , 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 
Post Office 



171 84 

264 69 

43 50 

144 00 

207 61 

203 01 

33 52 

63 00 

485 62 

200 00 

210 00 



cts. 

171 84 
264 60 
47 06 
105 67 
207 60 

32 73 

33 48 
63 00 

445 06 
199 93 
210 00 



140,569 91 



• Dead. 

Non. — Those shown in Italics are annuitants who came onder the Act daring the fiscal year. 



SUMMABT 





Payments 

on account 

of employees 

retired prior 

to March 31. 

1928 


Pajnments 

on account 

of employees 

retired 

during fiscal 

year ended 

March 31. 

1929 


Total 
pavments 

during 
fiscal year 


Superannuation No. 1, Revised Statutes, 1906, Chap. 17 — 

Superannuation No. 2, Revised Statutes, 1906, Chap. 17 

Superannuation No. 3, Printing Bureau 


t cts. 

573,489 55 

45,773 48 

17.791 53 

671,611 42 

438,503 23 

132,000 53 


$ cts. 

4,171 68 

769 05 


$ cts. 

577,661 23 

46,542 53 

17,701 53 






671.611 42 


Superannuation No. 5, Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924 

Superannuation No. 6, Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 
1927 


254.217 06 
8,660 88 


602.720 20 
140,569 91 


Totals Bvpennnnatinn paymentn. ... 


1,879.160 74 


267,727 17 


2.146,806 01 















110 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 11 

PUBLIC WORKS— Chargeable to Income 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



CoN8TRuc?noN, Maintenancs, Repairs, Etc. 

Pdbuc Bniu>iNOfl 
Nana Scotia — 

Halifax — Ininiigration Building — Payment to Depart- 
ment of Railways and Canals for accommodation.. 

Halifax — Repairs to buildings and wharfs at R.C.N. Bar- 
racks and H.M.C. Dockyard 

Elalifax — Rockhead Hospital — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

North Sydney — Public Building — Addition 

Truro — Public Building— Addition 

Truro — Tractor for postal purposes 



repairs, 



New Brunswick — 

Buctouohe — Public Building 

Lancaster Hospital — Government's share of cost of local 

improvements 

Newcastle — Public Building — Improvements, etc 

St. Cioix — Building for Customs-Excise and Immigration 

purposes at International Bridge 

St. John Quarantine Station — Partridge Island — Repairs 

and improvements 

St. Stephen — Public Building — Improvements and 

alterations 

West St. John — Immigration Building — Improvements, 

alterations and repairs 



Maritime Protincea Generally — 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 



Quebec — 

Bale St. Paul— Public Building 

Chicoutimi — Public Building — Addition 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, 

etc 

Drummondville — Public Building — Addition... 
Granby — Public Building — Improvements, alterations 

and repairs 

Hull — Public Building — Improvements and alterations 

Kenogami — Public Building 

Levis — Public Building — Improvements and repairs.. . 

Limoilou — Public Building 

Ma^og — Public Building — Improvements and repairs.. 

Matsonneuve — Public Building 

Maniwaki — Public Building — Drain 

Mont I^urier — Public Building 

Montreal — Craig St. Drill Hall — Government's share of 

cost of local improvements 

Montreal— <}eneral Post Office — Stonework (Governor 

General's Warrant, Aug. 30, 1928, P.C. 1566) 
Montreal— General Po.st Office — Reorganisation 
Montreal — Government's share of cost of local improve- 
ments 

Montreal— New Examining Warehouse — Alterations and 

improvements 

Montreal — Old Examining Warehouse — Reconstruction. . 
Montreal — Postal Station *'B" — Improvements and 

alterations 

Montreal— Postal Station "H" — Improvements to 



heating^^ 

Mooti«ai--rostal Terminal building 

Mootnal — ^Postal Station in Outremont Division. 



Carried forward. 



25,000 00 

33,413 80 

1,921 33 

7,502 05 

21,389 76 

1,277 60 



721 «3 

14,043 68 
2,544 74 

5,280 49 

13,590 18 

2,345 37 

9,997 48 



8,827 17 
455 87 

101,997 44 
2,660 64 

6,223 74 
3,566 28 
907 73 
2,630 67 
3,519 62 
2,817 00 
100,000 00 
1,946 95 
2.981 81 

1,741 06 

9,790 30 
3.500 00 

27,921 95 

15,611 47 
99,992 00 

4,217 13 

4,485 94 
30,173 46 
32,313 91 

468,282 13 



90,504 54 



48,523 67 



42,994 31 



182,022 42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



ill 



Ct8 



eta. 



eta. 



Brought forward , 

CoNSTBUCnoN, Maintikance, Repairs, Etc. — Continued 
Public Buildings — Continued 

uebee — Concluded 

Montreal — Towards purchase of Lavut Building for 
Postal Station "G" 

Quebec Citadel — Governor General's Quarters — Addi- 
tions, alterations and improvements 

Quebec — Customs Examining Warehouse — Improve- 
ments, alterations and repairs 

Quebec — Public Building — Improvements and repairs 

Queb«c — Savard Park Hospital — Repairs, alterations, 
and addition 

Rock Island— Customs-Excise Building 

St. Jacques L'Achigan — Public Building 

St. Jean — Customs House — Improvements and repairs 

Ste. Therese — Public Building — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Thetford Mines — Armoury — Improvements and repairs 

Trois Rivieres — Government's share of cost of local 
improvements 

Waterloo — Public Building 

Westmount — Armoury 



and 



Ontario— 

Chatham — Public Building — Addition 

CoUingwood — Public Building — Improvements 

repairs 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, 

etc 

Durham — Public Building 

Hamilton — Duffield Building — Improvements and 

repairs 

Hamilton — Public Building — Alterations and repairs 

Hespeler — Public Building 

Listowel — Public Building — Improvements and repairs 
London — Public Building — Improvements, alterations 

and repairs 

London — Tractor for postal purposes 

Niagara Falls — Public Building 

North Bay — Public Building — Improvements and altera- 
tions 

Oshawa — Customs Examining Warehouse — Addition 

Oshawa — Public Building— Installation of elevator and 

improvements, etc 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Fittings, etc 

Ottawa — Forest Products Laboratory — Improvements, 

alterations and fittings 

Ottawa — Greenhouse 

Ottawa — Improvements of square west of Post Office. . . 
Ottawa— Laboratory for Department of Mines, Booth 

St., and alterations 

OtUwa— Post Office— Addition 

Ottawa— Purchase of property on Sussex Street 

Ottawa— Rideau Hall— Alterations, improvements and 

furnishings 

Ottawa— Towards purchase of buUding for Government 

Workshops 

Ottawa— Towards purchase of Daly Building 

OtUwa— West Block— Elevator 

Rockland — Public Building. 

Samia— Public Building— Improvements and repaira. . 



468,282 13 



14,004 28 

142.116 08 

3,736 44 
7,581 90 

43,736 73 

15,109 91 

2,114 66 

1,365 40 

990 75 
2,616 46 

2,247 81 
15,315 95 
12,999 80 



17,678 61 

4,386 80 

114,913 85 
642 44 

11,222 04 

16,976 47 

5,799 92 

2,098 00 

6,567 80 
1,277 96 
5,058 06 

6,496 06 
19,560 79 

7.996 49 
60,000 00 

1,718 00 

25,095 57 

2,727 89 

53.100 43 

327 26 

524,392 11 

49,999 85 

12,755 00 

118,000 00 

165 85 

4,285 88 

2.871 25 



182,022 42 



732,208 30 



Carried forward 1.074,556 03 



014.230 791 



112 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chaboeable to Income — Continued 



eta 



cts. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

Ck)N8TRucnoN, Maintenancx, Repairs, Etc. — Continued 

PuBUC BuiLDixos — Continued 

Ontorto— Concluded 

Sault Ste. Marie — Public Building — Improvements and 

repairs 

Simcoe — Public Building— Improvements and repairs 
Strathroy — Public Building — Improvements, alterations 

and repairs 

Sturgeon Falls — Public Building 

Sudbury — Public Building — Addition and alterations.. 

Timmins — Public Building 

Toronto — Customs House 

Toronto — Postal Station "A"-»-Mechanical equipment. 
Toronto — Taxation Office — Improvements and repairs. 
Trenton — Public Building — Government's share of cost 

of local improvements 

Trenton — Public Building — Improvements and repairs. 

Walkerton — Public Building — Improvements 

Whitby — Public Building — Improvements 

Woodstock — Public Building — Improvements to lighting 



Manitoba — 

Dauphin — Public Building — Addition , 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 

Emerson — Building for Customs and Immigration pur- 
poses 

Transcona — Public Building 

Winnipeg — Fort Osborne Barracks — New Boilerg 

Winnipeg — Hospital for Department of Soldiers' Civil 
Re-establishment 

Winnipeg — Immigration Building No. 1 — Improvements 
and repairs 

Winnipeg — Minto Street Armoury — Fittings 

Winnipeg — Post OflSce — Installation of pickup tables 

Winnipeg — Public Building — Improvements and Alter- 
ations 

Winnipeg — Immigration Building No. 2— Repairs and 
improvements 



Stttkaichevxtn — 

Battlcford — Public Building — Improvements and repairs 
Dominion I^iblic Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 

Melville — Public Building 

Prince Albert — Immigration Building 

Prince Albert— Public Building— Addition 

Retina — Tractor for postal purposes 

Regina — Public Building — Exchequer Court Award 

Rosthem — Public Building 

Saskatoon — Public Building 

Swift Current— Public Building 

Tisdale— Public Building 



repairs, 



Alberta— 

Calgary— Grain Inspection Building 

Domioion Public Buildings — Improvementa, 

•tc 

Edmonton — Post Office — Installation of pickup table 

Edmonton — Tractor for postal purposes 

Wain Wright— Public Building 



1,074,656 03 



2,982 00 
2,167 07 

5,500 00 

24 04 

10,023 23 

8,115 75 

42 00 

117,346 49 

6,594 22 

1,335 03 
2,500 00 
2,849 46 
2,080 60 
1,477 10 



77 81 
19,402 56 

8,004 01 

100 72 

34,705 50 

215,516 49 

6,366 85 

12, 175 04 

7,000 00 

9,111 11 

2,698 90 



1,733 00 
16,654 32 

5.000 00 
10.939 99 
49.999 44 

1,379 40 
125,000 00 

8,668 78 
64.590 65 

3,325 10 
26,842 08 



2,650 38 

16,993 66 
3.500 00 
1,431 80 

16,012 22 



914.230 72 



1.237.693 02 



315,158 99 



304. 132 66 



Canied forward... 



40.688 05 
2.811,703 44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



113 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

CoNBTBucnoN, Maintenance, Ripaibs, Etc. — Continued 
Public Buildinos — Concluded 

British Columbia — 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, 
etc 

Esquimalt — General repairs and improvements at 
R.C.N. Barracks and H.M.C. Dockyard 

Douglas — .Site and building for Immigration and Cus- 
toms-Excise purposes 

Vancouver — Public Building — Improvements 

Vancouver — Public Building — One year's interest at 5% 
on mortgage of $400,000 

Vancouver — Post Office — Installation of pickup tables. . . 

William Head — Quarantine Station — Office building for 
Customs and Quarantine purposes 

Generally—^ 

Experimental Farms — Replacements, repairs, improve- 
ments, etc 

Flags for Dominion Public Buildings 

Installation of fuel saving devices , 

Military Buildings — Repairs, fittings, alterations and 
additions 

Military Hospitals — Repairs and improvements , 

Public Buildings — Generally 

Purchase of stamp cancelling machines 



Rents, Repaibs, FuKNTPtmB, Hbatinq, Etc. 



Ottawa Public Buildings and Grounds — 

Dominion Observatory and Geodetic Survey Building — 
Repairs, improvements, maintenance of grounds, etc 

Water 

Elevator Attendants 

Lighting, including roads and bridges 

Heating, including salaries of engineers, firemen and 
watchmen 

Departments Generally — Char service, including $100 
to E. Snowden for firing the noon gun 

Repairs, improvements, additions and maintenance. . 

Rideau Hall, including grounds — Improvements, furnit- 
ure, maintenance, etc 

Rideau Hall — Allowance for fuel and light 

Telephone service 



Dominion Public Buildings — 

Dominion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, improve- 
ments, additions, furniture, etc 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — Maintenance 

Fittings, general supplies and furniture 

Heating 

Lighting 

Power for running elevators, stamp cancelling machines, 
etc 

Rents 

Rents— Exchequer Court award 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc 

Supplies for caretakers, engineers, firemen, eto 

Water 

Yukon Public Buildings — Rents, repairs, fuel, light, 
water service and caretakow salaries 

Victoria, B.C.— Astrophysical Observatory (Little Saan 
ich Mountain) — Maintenance, repairs and improve- 
ments 



0387O-« 



Total Public Buildings. 
Carried forward 



37,068 24 

19,969 63 

17,475 73 
43,098 04 

20,000 00 
7,000 00 

3.908 38 



98,691 47 
5,000 00 
9,992 75 

44.356 96 
78,999 30 
43,688 13 
19.537 00 



4.135 72 
45.000 00 
96.992 52 
94,480 36 

394,143 19 

376.468 18 
860,119 12 

59.786 88 
19.000 00 
99,999 07 



24.092 51 

14.642 59 

134.777 41 

392,003 89 

218.113 55 

84.334 27 

1,651,445 92 

2.4 '4 54 

1,069.208 30 

44.996 61 

75,166 02 

26,504 37 



8.071 84 



2,811.703 44 



148,520 02 



300,265 61 



2,050,125 04 



3,739,773 62 



9,050.886 78 



9,050,386 73 



114 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS- — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cts 



cts 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



CoNSTBucnoK, Maimtbnance, Repairs, Etc. — Continued 
Hasboubb and Rivkrs 

Nova Scotia — 

Auld's Cave— Wharf 

Bailey's Brook — Wharf repairs 

Barrington Passage — Ice piers . . .^ 

Barrington Passage — Wharf repairs. 

Barrio 8 Beach — Breakwater extension 

Basswood Beach — Extension to beach protection 

Bayfield — Wharf repairs 

Bear (^ove — Breakwater repairs 

Blandford — Breakwater repairs , 

Blue Rocks — Wharf repairs 

Bridgewater — Repairs to and reconstruction of railway 
wharf 

Brooklyn — Wharf repairs 

Brooklyn — Breakwater repairs 

Canso — Wharf repairs 

Cape Negro Island — Breakwater — to complete 

Cheverie — \^ harf repairs 

Clarks Harbour — Wharf 

Comeauviile — Breakwater extension 

Devil's Island — Breakwater repairs 

Digby — Repairs and renewals to pier 

Digby Pier — Improvement 

Dingwall (Aspy Bay) — Breakwater 

Dover — Wharf repairs and extension 

Eagle Head — Breakwater repairs 

E^t End (Cripple Creek) — Harbour improvements.. 

East River — In full and final settlement of claim of 
Halifax Dredging Co., Ltd., in connection with oon 
tract for drc<lging at East River, N.S 

Feltien South — Wharf repairs 

Finlay Point — Harbour improvements 

Fourchu — Rebuilding protection work 

Grand Etang — Repairs to pier 

Grass Cove — Breakwater — Wharf 

Grosses Cogues — Sluice gates 

Gulliver's Cove — Breakwater repairs and improvements 

Guysborough — Dredging 

Hall's Harbour — Rebuilding vessel berth 

Harbours and Rivers Generally— Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Harbourville — Breakwater , 

Harlx)urviile — Repairs to west breakwater 

Inverness — Repairs to harbour works , 

lona — Wharf repairs , 

Ketch Harbour- Wharf 

Kings Bay — Breakwater 

Kraut Point — Wharf repairs 

LaHave River — Dredging 

L' Ardoise — Repairs to andextension of harbour protection 

Little Anse — Breakwater repairs 

Little Harbour — Breakwater extension and improve- 
ments ' 

Little Tanoook — Breakwater repairs 

Lower L' Ardoise — Breakwater repairs 

Lower Wedgeport — Wharf repairs and extension 

Lower Woods Harboui^-Purahase of wharf 

Lunenburg— Dredging 

ICftlaSMh— Wharf repairs 

If ali^Muit Cove — Wharf extension 

Ifaisaree Harbour — Repairs to harbour works 



Carried forward. 



1,608 57 
2,490 01 
104 97 
2,722 92 
3,788 29 
2,453 38 

3.996 49 
3.387 53 
2,219 62 
2,697 88 

22.833 85 
1.097 27 
3,885 20 
1,292 15 

1.997 61 
1,599 43 
7.109 54 
5,562 46 
1,399 22 
4.940 06 
4.078 92 

14,290 47 
2.906 35 
1,800 49 
9,611 50 



6,033 50 
1,399 91 
3,765 50 
3,698 36 
2,788 36 

30,759 00 
2,981 71 
2,972 23 

24,788 43 
1,199 90 

65,006 31 

11,038 74 

1,299 99 

4,066 43 

7,000 29 

1,050 53 

3,198 96 

1,495 60 

49.598 12 

1.796 60 

599 78 

3,052 85 
1,205 11 
7.655 96 
3,573 16 
2,S42 12 
86.990 62 
8,690 23 
4.887 01 
2.480 27 



400,460 14 



9,050,386 73 



9,050,384 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



115 



Appendix No. 11— Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 




Brought forward 

CoNBTBUcnoN, Maintinance, Rkpair8, Etc. — Continued 
Harbours akd Rivers — Continued 

Ncfta Scotia — Concluded 

Melbourne — Wharf extension 

Heteghan — Wharf repairs 

Meteghan River — Breakwater repairs 

Middle West Pubnico — Wharf repairs 

Murphy's Pond, Port Hood — Harbour improvements. 

New HarlMjur (Antigonish-Guysborough Co.) — Break- 
water extension 

North West Cove (Tancook) — Breakwater repairs 

Parrsboro — Repairs to harbour protection works 

Peas Brook— Wharf 

Pembroke — Wharf extension 

Pictou — Repairs to railway wharves 

Pictou Ijanding — Breakwater 

Port Clyde — Purchase and reconstruction of wharf 

Port Hilford — Wharf repairs 

Port Lome — Breakwater repairs 

Port Maitland — Breakwater extension 

Round Hill — Wharf repairs 

Salmon River — Breakwater repairs 

Scott's Bay — Rebuilding part of south breakwater 

Seal Harbour — Breakwater extensions 

Shag Harbour — Breakwater-wharf 

Sheet Harlxjur West — Wharf repairs 

Shelbume — Wharf improvements 

Soldiers' Cove — Wharf replacement 

St. Francis Harlxjur — Breakwater extension, dredging 
and groyne 

St. Joseph du Moine — Breakwater extension and im 
provements 

Surettes Island — Wharf 

Sydney— Wharf 

Tangier — Wharf repairs 

Terrance Bay — Wharf repairs 

Upper Prospect — Breakwater repairs 

Victoria Harlwur — Wharf repairs 

Washabuck Centre — Wharf repairs 

West Advocate — Extension to Breakwater-wharf 

West Baccaro — Extension and repairs to beach protection 
and breakwater 

West Arichat — Breakwater repairs 

Westport — Wharf repairs 

Yarmouth Bar — Breakwater repairs and improvements 

Prince Edward Island — 

Bonshaw — Freight shed 

Cape Traverse — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Chapel Point (St. Georges)— Wharf repairs 

Charlottetown — Reconstruction of Potato Shed on 
wharf (Governor General's Warrant June 30, 1928 
P.C.U51) 

Charlottetown — Reconstruction of railway wharf 

Egmont Bay— Wharf 

French River — Wharf repairs , . 

Graham's Pond — Breakwater repairs 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

MoPheraon's Cove — Wharf repairs 

Miminigash Harlx>ui^— Breakwater reoonstruotion..., 

Mink River— Wharf repain 

Port Selkirk— Wharf repairs 

Rustioo Harbour — Breakwater repairs 



IM70-«i 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



400,450 14 



2,482 81 
2,318 72 
1,487 93 
2,624 28 
8,047 42 

23,098 78 
1.800 00 
3,466 20 
4,730 83 
3,613 10 

13.918 44 
5,935 11 
2.428 93 
3,099 81 
5,990 65 

15,132 83 
4,792 03 
3,002 03 
6,894 72 
1.299 16 
7.306 37 
1.025 25 
4,262 77 
4,077 02 

5.497 36 

2,780 82 

2,773 53 

61,757 36 

1,299 64 

4.709 56 

865 05 

1.999 97 

1.199 81 

86 19 

5,014 01 
2.105 31 
1,698 59 
3.963 43 



2.535 90 
2,901 76 
2,916 76 



62,666 03 

102,759 11 

8.355 02 

2,854 36 

2.932 66 

8.370 27 
S, 194 62 
8.50«56 
1,M6&5 
6.809 83 
19,768 00 



cts. 



619,035 96 



236.687 60 619,085 96 9.050,386 Ti 



Ctf. 



9.050,386 73 



116 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



eta. 



Brousht forward 

CJoNSTRocnoN, Maintenance, Repairs, Etc. — Continued 

Harboubs and Ri%'er8 — Continued 

Prince Edward Island — Concluded 

Souris Harbour — Breakwater repairs 

Steven's Pier (Montague) — Repairs 

Tracadie — Breakwater repairs 

Victoria — Wharf repairs and shed 

West Point — Wharf repairs 

West River Bridge — Wharf reconstruction and extension 

Nev> Brunswick — 

Barker's — Wharf repairs 

Blue Cove — Breakwater 

Burnt Church — Wharf repairs 

Campl>ellton — Dredging 

Campbellton — Wharf repairs 

Cape Bald — Breakwater repairs 

Cumberland Bay — Wharf repairs 

Eel River Bridge— Wharf 

Escuminac — Breakwater extensions 

Ford's MUls— Wharf 

Fort Dufferin — Repairs to breastworks 

Green Point — Breakwater 

Hampstead — Wharf repairs 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Hebert's Point, Hardwicke — Dredging 

Kent Boom — Wharf 

Lameque — Wharf extension 

Leonaniville — Wharf repairs 

L'Etang — Wharf repairs 

Lomeville — Dredging 

Martin's Head — Breakwater repairs 

North Head — Breakwater repairs 

Point du Chent — Repairs to breakwaters 

Point 8apin — Breakwater extension 

Public Landing— Wharf repairs 

Richardson — Reconstruction of wharf and floating slip 

St. Nicholas River — Wharf repairs 

St. Simon— Wharf 

Beeley's Beach — Pier 

Shippiran Harbour — Dredging 

Tracadie Harbour — Breastworks and breakwaters 

Young's Cove — Wharf repairs 



Quebec — 

AngUers — Wharf — To complete 

Anae a Besafi la— Reconstruction of and repairs to jetties. 

Anse a !a Louise^Breakwater training pier 

Anse St. Jean — Wharf repairs and extension 

Bagotvillc — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Bale St. Paul— Wharf repairs 

Bareohois de MalV)aic — Repairs to training jetty 

Beaupre — Dredging— Ste. Anne Paper Company to con- 
tribute one-third of cost 

Belocil Station — Reimirs to guard piers and boom 

Berthier (en bas)— Wharf repairs 

Berthiervill©— Dredging 

Betdamites (Bersimi.s) — ^Vharf repairs 

Bio— Wharf repairs ftn<i improvements 

Bonavcnturc West — Breakwater cxtensioii 

Bttcklngliam — Rebuilding float 

Cabano—Wharf repairs 



Carried forward. 



236,687 60 



8,347 67 
1,468 88 
1,638 68 
5.164 14 
3,861 70 
137 03 



6.195 11 
21.593 67 

6,987 54 
16,628 20 

3,616 95 

4,976 63 
864 71 

4,147 13 

29,285 75 

655 33 

18,630 78 

43,215 75 

1,648 23 

43,797 64 

11,325 82 
3.226 78 
154 98 
6.788 77 
6.484 44 
7.325 44 
2,670 15 

10,208 12 
2,501 96 

10.859 46 

3.495 36 

5. 182 69 

939 73 

25,096 32 

2,095 85 

230 28 

16,084 73 
2,0.j8 06 



2,818 49 
3,597 54 
1,144 42 
342 17 
20,615 91 
1,127 09 
8,350 65 

57,086 27 
3,471 16 
2,442 90 

35,169 47 
1.008 10 
4.993 92 
2.150 S5 
1,199 80 
1.455 94 



610,035 96 



267,305 60 



0,050,886 73 



318,972 36 



147.064 38| 1,105,313 02 



0,050.386 73 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 117 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



-^ ... , . 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


1 cts. 


Brought forward 


147,064 38 

1,514 33 

45 00 

29.997 71 
1,983 93 

58,528 87 
2,707 91 
4,576 24 
8,451 86 

14,258 10 
2,489 00 
1,163 70 

20, 150 91 
1,352 34 
4,339 66 
9,764 29 

105,835 26 

183 46 

7,959 44 

191,439 09 

19,931 21 

316 57 

937 35 

1,423 86 

6,190 59 

944 61 

1,401 21 

43 75 

17,6.55 09 

5,003 07 

3,983 40 

9,876 28 

74.899 36 
4.414 40 

795 00 
2,6^9 98 
9.975 20 
8.896 80 
1.656 83 
2.599 88 
2.486 03 

269 75 
2.073 97 

901 61 
1.410 87 

55.998 02 
1.200 00 
5.0.58 66 

298 16 
3,983 94 

779 48 

189 27 

1.995 62 


1,195,313 92 


9,050.386 73 


CJoNBTBucnoN, Maimtknanck, Rxpaibs, Etc. — Continued 
Habbours and BsTMsa— Continued 

Quthec — Continued 

Cacouna — Wliarf repairs 


Cap Chat — Dredging, The Canadian Paper Board Co. 
to contribute one-third of cost 




Cap Chat — Wharf extension and repairs 

Cap a L'Aigle — Wharf repairs 




Cap de la Madeleine — Wharf extension and repairs 

Cap St. Ignace — Wharf repairs 




Caugh naAivaga — Wharf improvements 




Chandler — Wharf improvements 




Charlemagne — Dredging 

ChoLsy — Wharf reconstruction 




Colonie des Greves — Wharf repairs 




Contrecoeur — Dredging 




Crabtree Mills — Reconstruction of ice-breaker 




Cross Point — Wharf repairs 




Deschambault — Wharf repairs 

Doucet's Landing (Ste. Angele de Laval) — Wharf recon- 
struction... 

Doucet's I^anding (Ste. Angele de Laval) — Dredging.. . 
Dundee — Improvement of drains 




Ellis Bay — Harbour improvements 




Etang du Nord — Breakwater-wharf 




Etang du Nord — Contribution towards the construction 
of roadway approach to the breakwater wharf, the 
Provincial Government to contribute the balance of 
cost and undertake the future maintenance of same. 

Fabre — ^^'harf repairs. 




Fassett — Wharf repairs. . 




Father Point — ^^'llarf repairs and improvements 




Fort Coulonge — Wharf repairs 

Gascons — Wharf reconstruction — To complete 

Grand Mere — Landing 

Grande Riviere (Gaspe) — Wharf reconstruction 




Grindstone — Wharf repairs 




Grindstone — Wharf repairs and improvements 




Grosse Isle — Wharf repairs 




Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 




Ilopetown — Miller and Mann Road — Breakwater 

Hudson — Wharf reconstruction 




lift Pi-rrot Nord — Wharf repairs 




Isle aux Coudres — Wharf 




1 Isle aux Grup.s — Wharf replacement 




Isle Verte — Wharf repairs 




Isle Verte (Riviere Verte)— Wharf replacement 

Kamouraska — Wharf repairs 




Knowlton — Wharf repairs 




Lachine — Wharf repairs 




Lac Megantic — Shore protection 

Lac Megantic — Wharf repairs 

Lake fit. Louis — Dredging 




Laaonuo— To complete ice breakers 

L^vairie— Repairs to dyke 

Les Escouinains — Wharf reconstruct ion 

L'Islet — Wharf repairs 

Little Montreal River— Drediring— The Provincial Gov- 
ernment to contribute a like amount ... 

Louiaevilie — Wharf reconstruction 

Lower Migaasha — Wharf 








Carried forward 


864.004 30 


I.IW.SIS 02 


O.OSO.386,73 



118 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Cordinued 



eta. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



CoKBTBxjcnoK, Maintenancb, Rxpairs, Etc. — Continued 



Habboubs and Rivebs — Continued 



Quebec — Continued 

Magog— ^^ha^f repairs 

Mai Bay — Wharf repairs 

Matane — Harbour improvements 

Matane — In full and final settlement of the claim of 
Messrs. J. R. and J. E. Boulanger in connection with 
their contract for an extension to the Eastern 
Breakwater 

Matane — Dredging — Exchequer Court award 

Mechins — MTiarf reconstruction and extension 

Mille Vaches — Wharf repairs 

Moisie — Protect ion Work 

Montmagny — Wharf repairs 

Natashquan — \Miarf extension 

Natashquan — Wharf repairs 

New C'arlisle — Wharf reconstruction — To complete. . . 

Nicolet — \Miarf reconstruftion 

Norway Bay — Wharf reconstruction 

Notre Dame de Pierrcvilk — Wharf 

Notre Dame du Portage — Wharf repairs 

Nouvclle River — Training Pier — To complete 

PalmaroUe — Wharf 

Paspehiac — \\'harf extension 

Peel Head Bay— \\"harf repairs 

Petit Capucins — Wharf extension 

Petite Riviere Est^ — Breakwater 

Petite Riviere St. Francois— Breakwater wharf 

Petit Saguenay — Wharf extension 

Petite Vall6e — Wharf extension and repairs 

Pointe au Pic (Nf urray Bay) — Wharf repairs 

Pointe Basse — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Point Shea — Wharf improvements 

Richelieu River — Improvements 

Rimouski — Dredging — To complete payments 

Rimouaki — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Rivifere du Licvre — Lock and Dam— To complete recon- 
struction of Lockmaster's house at Poupore 

Riviere du Loup (en has) — Wharf repairs and recon- 
struction 

Riviere du I-oup (en has) — Wharf repairs 

Rivi^^c du Ix)up (en haut) — Dredging 

Riviere du I^up (en haut)— In full and final settlement 
of the claim of I^s Chantiers Manseau for dredging 
performed in 1926 

Rjvi^rc Laguere — Dredging — The Provincial Govern- 
ment to contribute a like amount 

Riviire Quelle— Wharf repairs 

Riviire St. Francoi»- Dredging 

Roberval — Breakwater reconstruction and extension.. 

Robervsl — Wharf repairs 

Buiwesii GagnoD— Dredging 

Raisseau Leblano— Breakwater 

8te. Anne de Beaupra — To complete wharf reconstruction 

8te. Anne de Bellevue — Wharf reconstruction 

St. Andre de Kamoaraskar- Wharf repaire and improve- 
ments 



Carried forward. 



864,904 30 



827 83 
8,099 08 
10,872 80 



9,827 00 

30.285 44 

26.000 .'"0 

1.861 9r 

.5.199 43 

4,270 .V 

9,264 99 

1.317 00 

3,9"8 OS 

5,28.5 4 

4,448 ."iP 

13,917 9.- 

927 06 

1,516 7 

2,514 08 

1,688 00 

1,4*^8 90 

4. "49 2!' 

3.772 04 

15.953 85 

4,947 a5 

12.996 30 
4.687 30 
7.4.55 37 
4.041 48 

11,412 85 
26.062 38 
14.121 78 

2,199 12 

9.382 38 
3.808 64 

34.997 28 



54,503 80 

6.438 55 
9.286 66 
7,501 56 

S8.992 46 

1,876 36 

300 00 

10.120 00 
3.700 00 
1,990 05 

3,929 07 



1.296.523 03 



1,195,313 92 



9.050.386 73 



1.196.313 02 



0.050.386 73 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



119 



cts 



cts. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

CoNBTBUcnoN, Maintknance, Rkpairs, Etc. — Contintud 
HARBOtms AND RiTEBS — Cotttintted 



Qutbec — Concluded 

8t. Anicet — Wharf reconstruction 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere — Wharf enlargement and repairs 

St. Antoine de Tilley — Dredging 

St. Blaise — Repairs to roadway approach 

St. Charles — Wharf reconstruction 

St. Eloi (Pointe k la Loupe) — Wharf repairs 

St. Eloi (Riviere Pointe k la Loupe) — Dredging 

St. Etienne de Malbaie — Wharf extension 

Ste. Flavie— Wharf 

St. Godfrey — Wharf extension 

St. Gregoire de Montmorency — Reconstruction of revet- 
ment wall 

St. Henri de Taillon — Wharf replacement 

St. Jean des Piles — Wharf , 

St. Jean Port Joli — Wharf repairs 

St. Joachim — Wharf 

St. Juste du Lac — Wharf repairs 

St. Lambert — Reconstruction and repairs to dyke — 

St. Louis River — Dredging 

St. Luce — Wharf repairs 

St. Michel des Saints — Improvements on River Cypress 

St. Nicholas — Wharf reconstruction 

St. Ours — Wharf extension 

St. Paul He aux Xoix— Wharf repairs and widening 

Ste. Petronille—^ Wharf repairs and improvements 

St. Pierre les Becquets — Dredging 

St. Placide — Wharf reconstruction , 

St. Simeon — Wharf repairs 

St. Zotique — Wharf repairs 

Sabrevois — Wharf reconstruction 

Sorel — Harbour improvements 

Squatteck — Wharf repairs 

Tadoussac (Anse Tadoussac) — Wharf repaira 

Taschereau River — Dredging 

Thurso — \Vharf repairs 

Trinity Bay — Dredging 

Trois Riviferea— Wharf reconstruction and repairs 

Trois Pistoles — Repairs to wharfs. 

Valleyfield — Dredging 

Varennes — Dredging 

Varennes — Ice breakers and protection work 

Vaudreuil— Dredging 

Vercheres — Reconstruction of ice breaker 

Vercheres — Breakwater, landing and shed 

Ville Marie — Wharf repairs 

Yamachiche River — Dredging 

Yamaska River— Dredging 



Ontario— 

Baysville — Wharf reconstruction 

Beaverton — Reconstruction of pier 

B«averton — In full and final settlement of the claim of 
D. Conn y in connection with his contract for har- 
bour improvements in 1912-13-14 

Blind River— Dredging 

Bracebridge — Breakwater reconstnictwn 

Bracebridge — Revetment wall 

Bronte — liepaira to pier 

Bruce M ines — Dredging 

Burlington Channel — Improvementa 



1,296,523 03 



3,806 20 
6, 195 68 
1.356 23 

999 06 
3,694 43 
1,972 02 

975 01 
9,581 66 
13,659 54 
7,057 95 

4,951 17 
2,207 61 
6,454 55 
2.392 55 
7,714 71 
1,094 87 
1,580 80 

15,006 07 
1,883 18 
4,904 97 

15.410 83 
5.049 91 
1.014 47 
8.634 40 

17.997 25 

82 69 

1.848 35 

3,355 33 

1.963 65 

23.829 89 
1.560 56 
3,831 09 
3,405 98 
6,032 21 

42,981 63 

342 55 

4,996 27 

39,163 18 

18,976 80 
6,747 35 

15,942 73 

1,700 18 

2,006 30 

980 24 

20,967 04 

15,829 65 



2,593 14 
3.328 04 



1.846 11 

11.738 63 

1.199 16 

2,M8 00 

3.294 94 

n.900 96 

271 73 



1,196,313 92 



9,050,386 7S 



1.658.661 72 



Carried forward. 



61.360 63 



S. 863. 976 64 



9.050.388 73 



120 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — CorUintied 





1 cts. 


1 cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 


51,260 63 

29,659 17 
19,994 45 

9,011 89 
31,791 69 

2,095 18 
19,627 09 

1,003 13 
90,554 88 

2,440 97 

2.398 68 
80,789 81 

46,854 01 
2,088 03 
1,639 08 

43, 189 57 

5,258 61 

4,428 13 

813 90 

2,497 92 

17.745 64 

21,465 87 

9,999 17 

769 07 

47,400 10 

13,743 01 

4, 145 05 

21,501 20 

56.962 24 

5,279 63 

50,016 15 

2,999 80 
93,759 73 

2.935 90 
16.670 28 
31.819 23 

1,379 27 
13,336 09 

3,913 58 

20.000 00 

41,6'>4 54 

138.672 72 

14.352 46 

47,308 86 

1.491 95 

6,599 82 

9.544 52 

15.024 08 

14.994 89 

1.798 88 

8.103 16 

2.501 40 

2.841 20 

2.792 52 


2.853.975 64 
1.186.048 32 


9.050,386 73 


CoNHTBCcnoN, Maintsnanck. Repairs. Etc. — Continued 
Harbours A^a> Rivxrs — Continued 

Ontario — Concluded 

Burlington Channel — Reconstruction of South Pier 

Byng Inlet — Dredging 




Cnatham — Repairs to revetment walls 




Cobourg — Harbour improvenienta 




Cockbum Island — Freight shed 




Collingwood — Dredging 




Fitzroy Harbour — Wharf repairs 




Goderich — Harbour improvements 




Grand Bend — Repairs to pier 




Gravenhurst — Harbour improvements 




Hamilton — Harbour improvements 




Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 




Kenora — Wharf repairs 




Kilworthy (Sparrow Lake) — Wharf 




Kincardine — Harbour repairs and improvements 

Kingston — Dredging 




TCinmivil|n — TJopAirs fn pi^r, , , , , 




141 ISmW* — Wharf rppnirs , , , , , 




Lramington — Wharf ropairs 




Lions Head — Dredging 




Little Current — Dredging 




Iffeaford — Towards construction of revetment wall 

Michipicoten River — Wharf repairs 




Midland — Harbour improvements 




Midland — In full and final settlement of claim of the 
Macdonald Engineering Co., Ltti., in connection 
with their contract for wharf and dredging 




Morpeth — Wharf repairs 




Oakville — Reconstruction of pier 




Owen Sound — Harbour improvements 




Pelee Island — Repairs to piers 




Port Arthur — Harbour improvements — Thunder Bay 

Paper Company to contribute one-third of cost 

Port Bruce — Repairs to piers 




Port Burwell — Harbour repairs and improvements 

Port Colbome— Repairs to harbour works 




Port Dover — Repairs to piers 




Port Hope — Harbour repairs and improvements 

Port Maitland — Repairs to pier 




Port Maitland — Breakwater repairs 




Port Stanley — Harbour repairs and improvements 

River Beaadette — C'ontribution to the Municipality of 
thn Town«hip of ( harlottcnburg towards dredging 
River Heaudcttc, the Provincial Clovemment and 
the Municipality to share in the cost 




Rondeau — Harbour repairs and improvements 

Samia — Dredging. 




Saogeen River — -Repairs to harbour works 




SaaTt 8te Marie— Harbour repairs and improvements. . . 
Severn Bridge— Wharf repairs 








Tobermory— Wharf 

Toronto— Dredging and Repairs to entrance pien 

Toronto Inlanri — Repairs to groynes 




Tf«adwell— Wharf repairs 




Wendovcr — Repairs to wharf and ice piers 

Wheatley — Repairs to pier 

Whitby — Reccmstmction of entrance pier 




Windsor— Wharf repairs 














Carried forward 


4.040,023 96 


9.050.386 73 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



m 



cts. 



cts 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



CoKSTBXTCrioN, Maintbnakce, Rbpaibs, "Enc.— Continued 
Habboubs an© Rivxrs — Continued 



Manitoba — 

Assiniboine River — Repairs to dykes 

Gimli — Repairs to pier 

Gimli — Reconstruction of protection work 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Hnausa — Wharf repairs 

Lac du Bonnet — \N harf reconstruction 

Ninette (Pelican Lake) — Wharf reconstructicMi 

Red River (Mouth) — Repairs to and eztensioD of jetties. 

Roseau River — Improvements 

Selkirk — Reconstruction of dam 

Victoria Beach — Repairs to whiuf and approach 

Winnipeg — Wharf 

Improvements of water route between Athapapuskow 
and Cold Lakes 



SiukatcheiDan and Alberta — 

Alberta Beach, Lac Ste. Anne — Wharf 

Athabaska River — Improvements 

Cowan Dam — Repairs and maintenance 

Faust— W harf 

Fort McMurray — Wharf 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

High wood River — Contribution towards protection work 
at the Town ol High River, the Dominion Govern- 
ment to contribute 40%, the Province of Alberta 
50% and the Town of High River 10% 

Prince Albert — Reconstruction of protection work. . . . 



BritiBh Columbia — 

Arrowhead — Improvements 

Boewell — Wharf repairs , 

Brighton Beach — Repairs to float 

Brownsville — Wharf reconstruction and extension 

Cadboro Hay— Dolphins 

Campbell River — Repairs to wharf and float 

Canoe — Wharf repairs 

Comox — Wharf repairs 

Courtenay River — Renewal of protection work 

Cracroft — Reconstruction of float 

Crooked, Pack and Parsnip Rivers — Improvements.. 

Fauquiers — Wharf repairs 

Fort St. James— Wharf 

Fraser Rivei^-Contribution towutis ooostructioa of a 
wing dam on the Fraser River near Agassis, B.C., 
the Province of British Columbia and the Corpora- 
tion of the District of Kent, B.C., each to contribute 
a like amount 

Fraser Rivei^-In full and final settlement of clidm of 
N. E. Broley, in connection with contract for dam 
at Woodward's Slough 

Fraser River — Improvements 

Fraser River — Lower — Operation of snagboat 

Fraser's I^anding — Wharf repairs 

Gangee— Wharf addition 

Gillies Bay— Float 



Carried forward. 



6,958 12 
2,400 48 
6,966 34 

4,789 20 
7,996 25 
5,061 06 
4,105 83 
7.155 72 
64,345 83 
1,627 70 
4,374 86 
9,316 31 

2,040 83 



2.782 90 

3.256 88 

3.257 03 
11,992 48 

500 00 

1,400 37 



2.957 58 
9,956 20 



1,097 77 
2,096 28 
1.025 84 
3,547 41 
1,160 00 
1.800 00 
803 93 
2.596 28 
3.200 31 
1,031 92 
1.445 94 
1.969 73 
6.029 73 



486 84 



11.639 74 

120,620 87 

25.607 46 

1,364 73 

900 95 

1.017 73 



I80,6ft3 461 



4,040.023 96 



9.050.386 73 



127.158 53 



36.103 44 



4.a08.28ft 93 9.060.»t 78 



122 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chaboeable to Income — Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



CoN8TBUcnoN, Maiktsnancs, Rspaibs, Etc. — Con. 
Habboubs and RmBB— Concluded 



BritUh Columbia — Concluded 

Ginols — Wharf. 

Gorge Harbour — Float 

Gray Creek — Wharf replacement 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Hollybum — Breakwater repairs 

Hopkin's Landing — Wharf extension 

Horseshoe Bay — Float 

Irvine's Landing, Pender Harbour — Wharf 

Marpole — Wharf repairs 

Mayne Island — Wharf repairs 

New Westminster — Wharf repairs 

Nicomen Lsland — Protection work and dyking 

North Gabriola Island — Wharf repairs 

Okanagan River — Reconstruction of dam 

Old Massett — Wharf repairs 

Port A Ibemi — Assembly wharf 

Port Moody — Wharf repairs 

Port Neville — Float 

Port Simpson — Renewal erf wharf head 

Powell River — Breakwater, the Powell River Co., Ltd., 
to contribute one half of cost 

Princess Creek — W harf repairs 

Quatsino — Wharf repairs 

Queen Charlotte City — Renewal erf float 

Revelstoke — Repairs to dam 

Riondcl — Wharf improvements 

Royston — Wharf repairs. 

Salmon Arm — Wharf repairs 

Salmon River — Improvements 

Savary Lsiand — Wharf repairs 

Seton Lake — Wharf 

Sidney — Maintenance of ferry slip 

Sidney — Float and wharf improvements 

Shoal Bay — VVharf repairs 

Squam ish — Wharf repairs 

Stewart — Contribution to Provincial Government 
towards surfacing Stewart-Hyder road 

Steveston — Wharf reconstruction 

Stikine River — Improvements 

Sturdics Bay — Wharf reconstruction and extension 

Tatchi River 

Tofino — Renewal of floats 

Trepanier — Wharf replacement 

Union Bay — Wharf repairs 

Vancouver — Stanley Park — Foreshore protection 

Westview — Wharf 

Willow Point— Wharf repairs 



Ytihm— 

Stewart and Yukon Rivers — Improvements. 

<7«Mra//tf— 

Baroours and Rivers Generally 



189,653 46 



136 95 
1.961 70 
1,700 56 

63.658 14 
2,478 17 
4.468 61 
3.494 48 
114 00 
1,295 18 
1.155 68 
1,981 05 
7,715 19 
2,191 30 

23.333 95 
3.359 96 
118.218 21 
2,000 16 
1,950 58 
7,906 67 

27,074 03 
1.559 85 
970 00 
1,898 46 
5.874 77 
2.413 21 
2.199 51 
3,316 40 
1.235 80 
5.659 56 
1.379 67 
1.195 72 
3.398 68 
2.516 34 

10.311 15 

11,100 00 
2,885 96 
5.486 15 
6,008 37 
2,060 10 
1.721 00 
4,576 54 
2.983 30 
7.008 69 
8,041 34 
665 61 



4,203,285 93 



9,050,386 73 



Total Harbours and Riven. 
Carried forward 



563,304 21 

5.000 00 

29,818 05 



4.801,406 19 



13,851.794 92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 

PUBLIC WORKS — Chabgeablb to Income — Continued 



1» 



cts. 



Ct8. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

CoNSTBUcnoN, Maintbnanci, Rxpaibs, Etc. — Con. 
Drxdoino 



13.851.794 92 



Dredging — Maritime Provinces 

Dredging — Ontario and Quebec 

Dredging — ^f anitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Dredging — British Columbia 



Rquu>8 and Bridoxs 



Dominion Roads and Bridges Generally , 

Des Joachims, Que. — Repairs to Bridge 

International Bridge over St. Croir River between St. Croix, 
N.B., and Vanceboro, Maine, the State of Maine to con- 
tribute the sum of $2,000 

Intematio iil Bridge over River St. John between Clair, 
N.B.,and Fort Kent, Maine, the State of Maine to provide 
$130,00) 

Kingston — Repairs to La Salle Causeway 

Matapedia Interprovincial Bridge — Renewal of flooring 

Ottawa — Maintenance and repairs to bridges and approaches 

Repairs to bridge over Grand River at York, Ontario 

St. I.«on rd — Repairs to International bridge 

St. Marjorique, Que. — Repairs to bridge approaches 

Upper Duncan River — Construction of road from Howser 
Lake to Haley's Landing — the Provincial Government 
of British Columbia to contribute a like amount 



Tklxgraph and Tkupbonb Linxs 



Nova Scotia — 

Cape Breton Telegraph and Telephone Lines — General 

repairs and improvements 

Boularderie — Cape Breton Telegraph Line — General 

repairs, repoling, etc 



9,208 74 
1.M7 50 



LovDtT St. Lawrence and Maritime Provincet — 
Repairs to cable ship Tyrian 



Quebec- 
Reconstruction of the North Shore St. Lawrence Tele- 
graph System from Murray Bay to Bersimis 

Magdalen Islands telephone service — General repairs and 
improvements 



18,560 30 
2.429 21 



Satkatchewan and Alberta — 

Alberta and Saskatchewan Telegraph and Telephone 

Line»— General repaira and improvementa 

Bouse River, Alta. — ^Telegraph building 

Reconstruction of Grouard— Feace River telegraph line 
Reconstruction of telegraph line between Cochin and 

Midnight I^ake 

Telegraph line from Mradow Lake to Loon Lake. . . 
Telephone line from Pegasus to Barnes Ferry 



11,775 98 

1,178 09 

10,898 97 

10,505 00 

900 00 

t.&25 00 



589,954 28 

494,769 63 

95.244 76 

270.364 03 



1.450,332 70 



2,179 15 
5,647 97 



2.889 34 



43 76 
1.479 94 
4.998 40 
9.473 52 
3.652 88 
2.200 00 
2.494 40 



1,325 00 



36.284 88 



10.878 24 



9.450 00 



20.989 51 



88.783 04 



Carried forward. 



80.008 79 



15,338.411 98 



1M DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Concluded 



eta. 



S cts. 



I cts. 



iii<e *^? . Brought forward 

CoNBTRucnoN, Maintxnancx, Rxpairs, Etc. — Con. 

Tkleoraph and Tklkphoni Linxs — Con. 

Britiak Columbia — 

British Columbia, Northern District — General repairs 

and improvements 

British Columbia, Vancouver Island District — General 

repairs and improvements 

Mainland Telegraph and Telephone Lines — General 

repairs and improvements 

Reconstruction of Quathiaski — Bold Point telephone line 
Telephone line from Clinton — Gang Ranch line to Alkali 

Lake 

Telephone line to Empire Valley 

Telephone line to Knouff Lake 

Yukon Territory — 

Yukon Telegraph System — General repairs and improve- 
ments 

Yukon Telegraph System — Repairs to telegraph building 
at Whitehorse 



MiSCXLLANEOUB 

Accounts Branch — Salaries of agents, clerks, travelling and 
contingent expenses of outside service 

Architectural Branch — Salaries of architects, clerks of works, 
inspectors, draftsmen, clerks and messengers of outside 
service 

Engineering Branch — Salaries of engineers, inspectors, super- 
intendents, draftsmen, clerks and messengers of outside 
service 

For operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

Maintenance and operation of v^-ater storage dams on the 
Ottawa River and tributaries, surveys in connection 
therewith , and settlement of land damages 

National Gallery of Canada 

National Monument on Connaught Place 

River gauging and metering 

Surveys and inspections 

Memorial Tablet to the late Dr. Alpheus Todd, former 
Librarian of Parliament . . 

Indemnity to John McLennan, late caretaker of the Public 
Building, Seaforth, Ont., in lieu of three months leave 
of absence with full pay previous to superannuation . 

Clompassionate allowanr-e to Elizabeth Young Brown, widow 
of the late John Collison Brown, caretaker of the Public 
Building at Niagara Falls, Ont., who died from gas 
poisoning while on duty 

Compassionate allowance to Maric-Angeline I.Achance, widow 
of the late Jos. O. I.Ar'hance, Assistant Engineer at 
Rimonski, Que., who died from pleurisy contracted while 
on Departmental duty at Matane, Quebec 



SuauDm TO Drt Docks (Undsr SrATun) 



Bnrrard Dry Dock (North Vancouver. B.C). 

ColUnirwood Dry Dock No. 2 

Montreal Floating Dork 

Port Arthur Dry Dock 

Prince Rupert Floating Dock 

St. John Dry Dock 



23,820 35 

27,516 79 

8,512 40 
60 00 

6,109 95 

769 59 

2,599 17 



19,871 79 
950 00 



80.098 79 



69,388 25 



20.821 79 



23,603 50 
72,047 88 



473,556 57 
14,185 18 



26,352 65 

134,988 79 

21.964 03 

15.285 22 

117.283 51 

1.000 00 



345 00 



2.500 00 



2,500 00 



112.600 00 
O.SOSM 

105,000 00 
37.741 50 
76,970 88 

247.500 00 



15.338,411 08 



170,308 83 



005,612 33 



588,921 34 



Total Public Works Chargeable to Income. 



17.003.254 48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 11 — Concluded 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Collection of Revenue 



125 





S cts. 


1 cts. 


1 eta. 


Sundry Works — 

Collection of Public Works Revenue 


1.626 43 
166.132 41 
48.647 30 


216.406 14 
723.579 18 




Graving Docks 




Harbours and Rivers 








TeUffraph and Tele-phone Line* — 

Alberta and Saskatchewan 


113.280 90 

59.824 60 

71.700 05 

128.932 87 

203.174 31 

6,946 66 

5.493 74 

134.226 05 




British Columbia — Mainland 




British Columbia — Northern District 




British Columbia — Vancouver Island District 




Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 




Prince Edward Island and the Mainland. 

Telegraph and Telephone Service — Generally 




Yukon System Main Line (Ashcroft-Dawson) 












939.985 32 







Appendix No. 12 

Details of Expenditure of the Department of National Defence on account of 
Adjustment of War Claims, Militia Services, for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1929 



cts. 



eta. 



Separation allowances 

War Service Gratuity 

Pay and Allowances 

Historical Section 

Ordnance Services 

Transport and Travelling 

Civilian Employees 

Estates o( Dec^ued Soldiers 

Medals and Memorial Crosses 

Legal Expenses 

Postage 

Printing and Stationery 

Washington Memorial 

Canadian War Graves 

Beicnorial Does (St. Gabriel. Val Cartier) . 
MiseeUaneoas 



15.014 55 

13.391 85 

5.574 14 

22.397 85 

14.316 96 

1.800 89 

1.149 40 

971 24 

1.075 72 

1.901 13 

1.193 02 

1.602 12 

46 00 

20.882 18 

10.000 00 

1.175 15 



113.492 20 



126 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 13 
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 



From what source received 

and 

nature of investment 



Time 



To 

what date 

paid 



Rate 
of In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest Realized 



Sterling 



Currency 



SlSXlSa FUNT)8 

Loana of 1909S4 
Canadian Securities 



Loan of 19S0S0 
Canadian Securities 



Loan of 1940-60 
Canadian Securities. . . . 



Canadian Securities — 
War Loan. 10I&-31... 
War Loan 1917-37... 



Total Sinking Funds. 



Loans to Baiou 

Under the Finance Act, Chi^. 
70, R.8. 1927 



1 year 
I year 
J year 
i year 
1 year 
I year 



1 year 
J year 
J year 
J year 
\ year 
i year 
i year 
I year 



1 year. 

iyear. 
year, 
i year. 
\ year 
J year, 
j year. 
1 year. 



iyear. 
1 year. 



Oct. 




Jan. 




June 




Dec. 




Jan. 




Oct. 





Oct. 1 

July 1 

Jan. 1 

June 1 

Dec. 1 

July 1 

Jan. 1 

Oct. 1 





Oct. 






July 






.Jan. 






June 






Dec. 






July 






Jan. 






Oct. 





Oct. 1, 
Mar. 1, 



1928 
1929 

1928 
1928 
1929 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1929 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1929 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1929 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1929 
1928 



1928 
1929 



p.c. 



2i 

3 

3i 

3i 

3J 

4 



21 

3 

3 

3i 

3J 

3i 

3i 

4 



2i 
3 
3 
3J 
31 
3J 
3J 
4 



8. d 



113,95615 
288,832 16 
1,296,778 6 
1,335,982 4 
943,554 5 
251,775 4 



122,666 4 5 

617.00910 9 

693.441 1 1 

194,342 7 8 

217,06317 5 

2,726,935 14 11 

2.798.100 2 2 

928.601 2 1 



109,35111 
360,32514 
382,95717 
130,86816 
139,960 
1.126,125 1 
1.192,515 5 
658,81910 10 



S cts. 

779,300 00 
379,800 00 



3,348 18 
8,664 19 
22,693 12 
23,379 13 
33,024 8 
10,071 



cts. 



16,298 06 

42,169 58 

110,442 27 

113,781 14 

160,718 74 

49.012 24 



101.182 12 3 



492,422 03 



3.066 13 

9,255 2 

10,401 12 

3,400 19 

3.798 12 

47,721 7 

48.966 15 

37,144 



14,924 40 

45.041 69 

50,621 20 

16,551 49 

18,486 60 

232,244 07 

238,304 85 

180,767 66 



163,755 4 796.941 96 



2,733 15 10 
5,404 17 8 
6,744 7 



2,290 

2.449 

19.707 

20,869 



26.352 15 10 



13,304 46 
26.303 76 
27.955 92 
11.145 66 
11.919 93 
95.908 27 
101.562 55 
128.250 25 



85,. 551 10 8 



416.3.50 80 



350.489 6 11 



1.705,714 79 



$ cts 

19,982 50 
18.990 00 



38.972 60 



Various, 



vaiioos 



83,500,000 00 



1.744,687 2» 



1,671,007 71 



Carried forward. 



3,416,605 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 13 — Continued 

INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Conitnwed 



12; 



From what source received 

and 

nature of investment 



Time 



To 

what date 

paid 



Rate 
of In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest 
Realized 



Total 



Brought forward. . 
Loans to Provikcbs 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 



p.c. 



cts. 



New Brunswick. 



Nova Scotia. 



Prince Edward Island. 
Quebec 



FORKION GoVKRNlUNn 

Greek Government Loan 

Roamaniaa Government Loan 

Habboub Commibsionb 

Montreal Harbour Deben- 
turee 



Vancouver Harbour Deben- 
tures 



Chiooatimi Harbour Deben- 
tures 



St. John Harbour Debentures 
Carried forward. . . , 



1 year. 

1 year 
1 year 
144 days 

1 year. 
I year. 
J year. . 
J year. 

i year 
j year 
1 year. 
1 year. 
J year, 
i year 
I year 
1 year 
26 days 

1 year. 

Various 



J year. 
J year. 

I year. 



1 year. 
I year 
i year 
Various. 
J year 
Various. 



I year 
Various. 

Vyear 
arious 



23 days. 
year 
arious 

Various. 



Dec. 31, 1928 

Dec. 1. 1928 
Feb. 15. 1929 
April 23. 1928 



Oct. 16. 
Jan. 22, 
June 28, 
Dec. 28, 



1928 
1929 
1928 
1928 



May 


11, 


1928 


Nov. 


11. 


1928 


Nov. 


20. 


1928 


Feb. 


19. 


1929 


Aug. 


28. 


1928 


Feb. 


28. 


1929 


Mar. 


15. 


1929 


April 


2. 


1929 


Dec. 


7, 


1928 



Oct. 17. 
Dec. 31. 



1928 
1928 



June 30. 1928 
Dec. 31. 1928 

.\pril 1, 1929 



Jan. 
Jan. 
July 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 



July 
July 
Jan. 
Jan. 



July 
Jan. 
Jan. 



1. 1929 

1, 1929 

1, 1928 

1. 1928 

1. 1929 

1, 1929 



1. 1928 

1, 1928 

1, 1929 

1, 1929 



1. 1928 
1, 1929 
1. 1929 



Jan. 1. 1929 



3 

3i 

5 

5 

5 

5 



1,701,500 00 

1,205,000 00 

395,000 00 

60,000 00 

497.000 00 
468,000 00 
285,000 00 
268,000 00 

300.000 00 
300.000 00 
200,000 00 
200,000 00 
300,000 00 
298,630 00 
500,000 00 
37,000 00 
300,000 00 

50,000 00 

7,304,202 72 



7,280,000 00 
7,180,000 00 

23,969,720 00 



8,250,000 00 
17,235,000 00 
22.225,000 00 

1,270,000 00 
23,495,000 00 

1.370,000 00 



15,352,900 00 

1,742.000 00 

17.094.900 00 

223.000 00 



50.000 00 

50.000 00 

350.000 00 



389,000 00 



S cts 



60,250 00 

19,750 00 

1,183 56 



24,850 00 

23,416 03 

7,125 00 

6,700 00 



3,861 98 

1,117 81 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,500 00 

7,465 75 

25,000 00 

1,850 00 

106 85 



182,000 00 
179,500 00 



247.500 00 
603.225 00 
555.625 00 

18.651 36 
587.375 00 

11.072 58 



383.822 50 

13.327 88 

427.372 50 

3.043 55 



157 53 
1.250 00 
3,010 95 



t cts. 
3,416,595 00 



85,075 00 



81,183 56 



62.091 03 



66,902 39 
2.500 00 

365,766 23 



361,500 00 
958.780 00 



2.023,448 94 



827.S«6 23 



5.318 48 
3,847 U 



8.250,573 98 



128 



DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE 

Appendix No. 13 — Concluded 

INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Conduced 



Fiom what source received 

and 

nature of investment 


Time 


To 

what date 

paid 


Rate 
of In- 
terest 


Amount 
Invested 


Interest 
Realized 


Total 








p.c. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


t cts. 
8,259,573 98 


SuD Grain and Rkuep 

Seed Grain and Relief Ad- 
vances 












160,100 87 


SOLDUB AND GxNVBAL LaND 

Skttlbmkkt 

Soldier Land Settlement 
Loans 


Various. 
Various. 

Various. 

Various. 
Various. 


Various 

Various 

Dec. 31, 1928 

Jan. 31, 1929 
AprU 1, 1929 


5 

5 




1.866,997 94 
92,719 10 




General Land Settlement 
Loans • 










1,959,717 04 


MlSCKIXANIOUS 

Interest on Current Accounts 
with the — 
Bank of Montreal, London, 


139,414 89 

52,705 20 
420,255 97 

10,059 96 
5,334 38 

0,430 04 

58,944 38 

17,356 00 

1,134,669 16 


Bank of Montreal, New 
York 








Other Current Accounts . . . 








Interest on Special Funds — 
Bank of Montreal, Montreal 








Canadian Government Mer- 
chant Marine — 

Interest on Ships Sold 

Montreal Turnpike Trust Coi^ 
poration — 
Interest under Commuta- 
tion Agreements 


Various. 

Various. 
1 year. 
1 year. 
Various. 










Various 

Jan. 1, 1929 
July 1, 1928 
Mar. 1, 1929 


6 

4 

4 

various 






Province of Quebec Debt 
Account 

8t. John Bridge and Railway 
Extension Company 

Canadian National Railways- 
Temporary Loans 


1,473,609 63 
433,900 00 








1.848,169 98 








12.227,561 87 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 14 



129 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1929 



fVom IMiom Received and Nature of Receipts 



cts 



Ct8 



eta. 



Aorieulth 

Car inspection 

Cleaning grain 

Field inspection 

Fumigating charges 

Grading wool 

Inspection fees and health certificates. 

Race track superv^ision 

Less — payments 



24,782 28 
19.590 36 



Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 
Sale of produce — Experimental Farms.. 

Sale of publications 

Sale of sundries 

Seed testing charges 

Sundry fees 



ArchivM — 
Copying. 



Civil Service Commisaion — 

Examination fees 

Leas — Refunds of fees.. 



Bitemal Affairs — 

Passport fees 

Leas — Refunds of feea. 



Refunds of previous years* expenditure. 
Visa fees 



Finance — 

Bank inspection 

Conscience money 

Departmental deposits unclaimed. 

Interest on excess circulation.. 

Registration and insurance fees 

Registration feea — Bank Act 

Sale of publications 

Sale of pulp — Currency Branch 

Sterling exchange refunds 

Sundries 

Unclaimed savings bank cheque. . . 



Rcfol Mint— 

CharKCfl for gold bars 

Charges for gold proof -plate 

Chargos for grinding rolls 

Charges for making assays 

Charges for refining gold 

Charges for striking me<lals . , 
Charges for work on nickel blanks. 

Profit on copper coinage 

I*rofit on gold coinage 

Profit on nickel coinage 

Profit on silver coinage 

Refund of annuity, 1927 



Hotue of Commona — 

Private bills 

Refonds c4 previous years' expenditure... 



nsTO— e 



Carried forward. 



142.019 58 
1,508 62 



18,943 80 

418 00 

32 50 

31.083 18 

5.708 33 

2.633 2.S 

221 72 

1.279 63 

178 00 

74 

5 00 



596 08 

19 61 

6 00 

58 00 

66.853 30 

759 W 

927 59 

70,831 53 

31.450 54 

196.636 00 

76.849 86 

14.8S9 51 



66.278 00 

182 85 

354 15 

3.769 50 

3,808 54 

15.666 84 



5,191 92 

21.818 20 

171.359 80 

109 99 

675 94 

3,175 23 

50.508 51 



5,830 50 
420 50 



140.510 96 

20 00 

600 00 



ao.804 15 



458.7S7 97 



38.169 60 
1 72 



342.899 47 



3 75 



5.410 00 



141.130 96 



519.332 13 

38.171 S3 
1.036.847 <t 



130 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1929 — Continued 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



Brought forward. 



Jmmiffration and Cidonitation — 

Commission on telephones 

Interest on trust account.. 

Letter of identification fees 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 

Rents 

Sale of steamship Doric 

Sale of sundries 



Indian Affairs — 

Bank interest 

Collections — Repayment of loans 

Fees for white children attending Indian schools. 

Interest on trust fund 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

Rents 

Sale of sundries 

Storage charges 

Transferred from suspense account 



Interior — 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure, including empties 

returned 

Registration fees, Northwest Territories 

Registration fees, Yukon Territory 

Bale of sundries 

Less — Unclaimed estates, Yukon Territory 

Refund of a payment for lost government property 



International Joint Commiasion — 
Sale of sundries 



Justice — 

Adjustment of judges' salaries 

Advertising in Canada Law Reports. . . 

Pecuniary claims 

Revenue from penitentiaries branch 

Refunfls of previous years' expenditure. 

Sale of Canada Law Reports 

SberiiT fees, Yukon Territory 

Soooeinon duties 



Labour — 

Sale of publications 

Subscriptions to the Labour Gazette. 



Marine and Fisheriee — 
Marine Branch — 

Charges in connection with buoying schooner.. 

Conscirace money — 

Contractor's security of a defunct company..., 

Examination of masters and mates 

For services rendered 

Marine register — 

Pilots' license fees — 

Radio revenue 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

Rentals 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



20.306 38 

7 .50 

505 00 

183 00 



901 3 
23 20 



27 f^ 

55 00 

200 00 

6,181 2.'> 

2.753 55 

34 35 

15 00 

81.760 02 

91,7.52 57 

10.748 79 



192,528 03 



cts. 



1 40 

80 93 

970 00 

22,869 82 

166 68 

15,564 84 

83 28 



125 04 

081 31 

lOS 40 

84 20 

6,141 63 

60 22 

1,585 6: 

44 99 

119 40 



21,001 88 
924 55 



28 

1,227 00 

2.699 3 

7,774 06 

1.987 80 

11,100 92 

49 75 

260 00 



78 1<) 
1.519 64 



cts. 



1,036,847 62 



39,736 95 



9,250 84 



20,077 83 
50 00 



25,189 18 



1.597 83 



1.132,749 75 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



131 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929 — Continued 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



eta. 



da. 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



MtrtM aitd Fisheriea — Concluded 
Marine Branch — Concluded 

Sale of publications 

Sale of sundries 

Signal station dues 

Wireless apparatus license fees and wireleas operstors 
examination fees 



Less — Refunds of payments for names furnished. 



Fuheriet Branch — 

Fish culture 

Modus Vivendi licenses 

Names furnished 

Pelagic sealing 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure.. 

Rentals 

Sale of publications 

Sale of sundries 

Truck service 



Minea — 

Explosive permits ^ 

For assays and analyses 

Refonds of previous years' expenditure. 

Sale of publications 

Sale of peat fuel 

Sale of gold bars to Royal Mint 

Saie of sandries 



on sale of bullion. 



Natitmal Defence — 

Bank interest 

Barrack damages 

Commiss i on on telephones 

Co— c iii noe money 

Damage to government property 

Printing maps and cheques 

Privileges granted 

Purchase of dtsdiarges 

Refunds of preruMis years' expenditure. 

Rent of stores and equipment 

Other rents 

Sale of government property 

Sale of movables 

Sal* of stindriea 

Wireless stations 



Air Service — 

Air harlK)ur li 

Air worth ineaa and stress MBfania. 

Bridse tolls 

For oamagBs 

Hangar space and groond rentiils 

Laboar. tractor, and truck senrica, etc. 

T .an din g fees and storage ehaiges 

Passenger lees 

Pbotographic work 

FriTate pfloti' license fees 



Pbotograpl 
Prirate pfl 

It 



Carried forward. 



192,528 03 



3,985 72 

12,473 54 

1,234 00 

271,887 12 



482, 108 41 
7 02 



638 94 

365 00 

88 00 

73,236 35 

4,698 69 

331 00 

8 00 

2.999 42 

3 00 



521 00 

88 00 

67 5.5 

1,079 74 

l.&=>4 96 

502 54 

551 00 



1.577 81 

172 12 

61 22 

125 00 

28 50 

1.199 17 

481 00 

15,196 62 

10.968 72 

8.804 78 

14. 172 23 

1.952 00 

20.370 53 

60 00 

36.407 00 



360 00 

1.005 00 

050 

8S 17 

1286 50 

502 68 

1.9H ao 

1»90 

1683 50 

463 00 



1.132,749 75 



482.101 39 



82,368 40 



4.464 79 
283 26 



111.576 70 



9,444 65 lll.<78 701 



564.460 79 



4.183 53 



1.701.402 07 



td2 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 14 — Continued 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929 — Continued 



From Whom R«ceived and Nature of Receipts 



cts. 



cts. 



Ctfl. 



Brought forward . 

National Defence — Concluded 
Air Service — Concluded 

Registration fees 

Sale of photographs 

Telephone tolls 

Taxes 



National Revenue— 

Arrears of sales tax 

Bonded factory and warehouse fees 

Brokers' licenses 

Cartage 

Certif ed copies, manifests, etc 

Commission on radio, wireless and telegraph tolls. . . 

Commission on telephones 

Conscience money 

Court costs 

Duty on malt 

Duty on value of necklace 

Extra services 

Interest on duty and sales tax 

Labels 

Landing certificates 

Law stamps 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 

Rents 

Replaced stamps 

Sale of sundries 

Sale of unclaimed goods 

Storage charges 

Sundry fees 

Tobacco stamping 

Unclaimed bank balances, excess cash on hand, etc. 



Leu — Outstanding cheques 

Expenses in connection with ar exchequer court 
case 



Taxation Branch — 

Law costs. Income Tax 

Over remittance 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. 

Sale of waste paper 

Unclaimed refunds of income tax 



P^ent OfUce— 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 



Pennons and National Health— 
Healtk- 

Feca — Food and drugn, analysis and license 

Fees — Opium, and narcotic drug, license 

Fee*— Patent medicines, registration and license. 

Fumigation of ships 

Hospitnl rare of passengers 

Refunds of prsviow years' expenditure , 

Bale of Bunaries 

Use of launch Etelfn. . . 



9,444 55 



1,070 OC 

1,907 9J- 

34 3C 

4 13 



11 00 

73.264 37 

2.000 00 

45,861 87 

1,123 00 

25 73 

5 9 

702 88 

5,222 97 

45 4.') 

2 78 

166.551 08 

218 71 

80,806 73 

30 

10,768 6.') 

8.625 37 

92 2" 

90 84 

2.262 49 

2.864 7 

43.026 75 

18 1.' 

173 67 

288 33 



449 00 
3 04 



0,433 42 
002 

17 22 

36 77 

707 OOl 



4.310 00 

3,380 15 

6,605 00 

27, 2W 21 

23.788 00 

431 8ft 

1 75 

1,800 00 



111,576 70 



1.701.402 07 



12,460 96 



124.037 66 



444.054 09 



452 04 



443,602 05 



10.194 43 



463, 7M 48 



145 25 



67.664 46 



Carried forward. 



«7,5ft4 46 



2,279.381 46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



133 



Statement of Casual Hevenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929— Continued 



Fh>in Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 


$ cts. 


1 cts. 


1 cts. 


Brought forward 




67.564 46 
143,576 99 


2,279,381 46 


Petuiotu and National Health — Concluded 
Pensions — 
Refunds of previous years' expenditure 








211,141 45 
57,433 64 


Pensions— 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure. Pensions Com- 
mission 




Post Office— 

Refunds of previous years' expenditure 






16,373 21 


Printing an/^ Stationery — 

Sale of publications 




69,095 32 
14,991 33 
40,583 8> 
46.088 12 




Sale of waster paper 






Surplus in printing branch 






Siirplim in stAtinnory hn»?««b 










170,758 62 


Public Works— 

Blue prints and photographic work 


6.882 91 

3.707 73 

11.855 99 

4,361 17 

75.489 46 

16.845 12 

56.815 30 

50.000 00 

152 88 


Commission on telephones 






Earnings of dredges and plants 






Refunds of previous years' expenditure 






Rents 






Sale of movables 






Sale of real estate 






Sale of telegraph line 






Water collections 










226.110 56 


Railways and Canals — 

Cartage 


4 98 

34 55 

16 00 

944 07 

1.837 30 

142.639 57 

2.198 94 

1.959 24 

4.183 74 

3.759 04 

793 95 

2.549 76 


Commission on telephones 






Electric current supplied 






For damages 






Interest earned 






Interest on railway subsidies 






Labour and material supplied 






Printing and stationery supplied 






Refunds of previous years' expenditure 






Rent of equipment 






Sale of publications 






Sale of sundries 










160,921 14 


Boyal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Found money 


27 00 

87,500 00 

158 98 

600 00 


Polioeing Saskatchewan. . ... 






Rffnads of nrevious years' expenditure 






: Side of sunories 










88,285 98 
724,506 35 


t^ertUm df State— 
Fees 




Ssnate— 

(.'ertified copies 




856 75 
35.177 90 




Private bills 


39.009 00 
3.831 10 




Less — refunds 












36,034 ftS 






( Carried forward 


8.970.M9 06 



134 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 14 — Concluded 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, \^2^— Concluded 



From WTjom Received and Nature of Receipts 


$ cts. 


1 cts. 


t cts. 


Broaght forward 






3,970,949 06 


Soldier Settlement Board— 

Refunds of previous years* expenditure 




130 00 
90 00 




Sale of sundries 










220 00 


Trade and Commerce — 

Bank interest 


48 00 
1,895 62 

49 30 
12 00 

50 00 
9 18 

21.107 32 

20.349 02 

25,883 29 

32 20 

485 60 

4 00 


Commercial intellij^enoe service 






For damage to goods in transit 






For loss of goods in transit 






Gas export license fees 






Over collection of grain inspection fees 






Refunds of previous years' expenditure 






Rentals 






Revenue from Motion Picture Bureau 






Sale of publications 






Sale of sundries 






Witness fees 










69.925 53 








4,041,094 59 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 15 



135 



Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures, for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1929 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



S Ct8. 



cts. 



% Ct8. 



AgriatUwre — 

Animal Contagious Diseases Act. 

Dairy Industry Act 

Fruit Act 

Live Stock Act 

Meat and Canned Foods Act 

Seed Act 



318 00 
3,162 15 

610 00 

7,761 59 

50 00 

140 00 



Immigration and Colonization — 
Chinese Immigration Act. . 
Immigration Acts 



12.000 00 
60,730 00 



Interior — 

Forestry Act 

Migratory Bird Act 

Northwest Territories Game Act. 
Parks regulations 



220 00 

559 93 

315 00 

2,240 00 



Justice — 

Clerk of the Peace, Roberval, Quebec 

Justice of the Peace, County of Saguenay, Quebec. 

Justice of the Peace, Eldersley, Sask 

Peace Registrar, District of Kamouraska 

Police Magistrate, Dawson 

Police Magistrate, Sandwich, Ont 



25 00 
10 00 

5 95 

6 00 
387 00 

50 00 



Labour — 

Combines Investigation Act. 

Marine and Fisheries — 

Marine Acts 

Fisheries Acts 



3,727 85 
14,173 42 



Mi 

Explosives Act. 

National Defence — 
Air regulations. 
Militia Acts.... 



80 00 
70 00 



National Revenue — 
Customs seizures. 
Excise seizures.. . 



616,817 50 
162,223 05 



Refunds of seizures. 



779,040 55 
503.230 11 



Police Magistrate, Emerson, Man. 

Seizures generally 

War Tax Act — Excise taxes 



275,810 44 

50 00 

355 79 

134,365 23 



Taxation Branch — 
Income Tax Act.. 
Penalty, T. 3-4-5. 



12,996 36 
13,606 90 



410,581 46 



26,603 26 



Pensions and National HeaUk — 
Health— 

Food and Drugs Act, penaltiea 

Opium and Narcotic Drug Act, penalties. 
Opium and Narcotic Drug Act, seizures.. 
Patent Medicines Act, penalties 



4.674 05 

5.854 70 

25 00 

175 00 



12.041 74 



72,730 00 



3,334 93 



483 95 
100.000 00 

17.901 S7 
75 00 

150 00 



Carried forward. 



437.184 72 



10,728 75 
054,630 36 



139 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 15 — Concluded 



Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures, for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929 — Concluded 



From Wliom R«ceived and Nature of Receipts 



$ ciM. 



$ cts. 



I cts. 



Brought forward. 



Post Office- 
Post Office Acta. 



PvbUe Works— 

Forfeited security. 

RmlvDapa and Canah — 
Rulway Acts 



Trade and Commerce — 

Electricity and Gas Act 

Gold and Silver Marking Act. 
Weights and Measures Act 



70 00 
25 00 
37 00 



654,630 36 
538 00 

137 50 

47 00 

132 00 
655,484 80 



I 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 16 

Premium, Discount and Exchange — Revenue 



137 









Amount 




From What Source Received 


Rate 


Amount 


of 
Revenue 


Total 








S cts. 


S cts. 


Premium, etc. on sundry items — 










fini^nrA 








213 38 


Immigration 








32 38 


InternRtif^nnl Jmnt Co"imimi"n 








1 90 
55 


Justice 








Marine and Fisheries 








312 30 
2 52 


National Defence 








National Revenue — Income Tax Branch 








040 






£ 8. d. 




Discount on Sterling Exchange Purchased 


4-84A 
4-84} 


100,000 


2,354 17 






900.000 


19,500 00 






4-84| 
4-85} 

4-8730 


250.000 


5,104 17 






400.000 
100.000 


5. 166 67 


32,125 01 


Premium on Sterling Exchange sold 


633 33 




4 -87 A 


100.000 


645 83 






4-8740 


250.000 


1,833 33 






4-87A 


250.000 


1,927 08 






4-8750 


750,000 


6.249 99 






4-8760 

A . 871 » 


250.000 


2,333 33 
6,! 85 08 

2,864 58 






4-87H 
4-87} 

72 


U04, iS04 D 

250.000 






1,000,000 
2.500 


10,833 33 


34.305 88 


Discount on Stock purchased for Sinking Funds 


3,406 67 




82J 


5.500 


4,751 08 






82} 
821 


2.500 


2,144 37 






3,500 


2.959 54 






82H 
82} 


1,600 


1,348 07 






9,186 18 8 


7,299 39 






8211 


25.000 


20,911 46 






82i 


10,000 


8,334 16 






83 


31,465 3 7 


26,032 20 






83) 


7,199 12 3 


5,912 67 






83 


68,033 1 2 


55,458 28 






83} 


49,500 


37. 136 92 






83A 


23,500 


18,941 98 






83i 


90,471 18 1 


72,648 93 






84 


27,800 


21,646 93 






^t 


200 


155 13 






24,504 1 4 


18,931 43 






84A 
85 


27,763 11 8 
3,500 


21,365 23 
2,448 54 






85} 


4,000 


2,749 67 






86 


2,700 


1,839 60 






86 




600 


405 15 






86 




2,363 12 9 


1,581 67 






86 




32,000 


21,218 67 






86 




72,954 8 7 


44,646 05 






^ 


43,600 


28,512 58 






18.200 


11,625 25 






87 


13,600 


8,604 27 






87 




7,300 


4,574 06 






87 




3,000 


1,861 50 






92 




98,000 


3,636 62 






92 




1,400 


502 48 






93XD 


2,675 


911 28 






93 


5,700 


1,941 80 






93) 


2,000 


609 17 






93 


12,316 12 10 


4,046 02 






931 


16,100 
5,700 


5. 190 91 
1.8a0 44 






wT 


17,600 


5.6S5 83 






93| 


6,000 


1.861 60 




Carried forward 








486.567 SO 


66,094 12 



f38 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 16 — Concluded 
Premium, Discount and Exchange — Revenue — Condvded 



From What Source Reneived 


Rate 


Amount 


Amount 

of 
Revenue 


Total 


Brought forward 




£ 8. d. 


$ cts. 
485,567 50 

327 89 

29 20 

6,603 95 

608 94 
1.040 25 


$ cts. 
66,994 32 


Discount on Stock purchased for Sinking Fundd — 
Concluded 


93} 

94 

941 

94A 

941 


1,100 

100 

19,600 

2,200 

3,800 

$ ct«. 

500,000 00 

450,000 00 

450.000 00 

2.000.000 00 

2,200.000 00 

475.000 00 

75,000 00 


493,177 73 


Difloount on New York Funds Purchased 


78 12 

140 62 

246 09 

5,000 00 

2,578 13 

693 75 

37 50 




8,674 21 








568,846 26 













i'ifis 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 17 

Superannuation Revenue 



139 



Superannua- 
tion Fund 
No. 1 



Superannii»> 

tion Fund 

No. 2 



Agriculture 

Finance 

House of Commona 

National Revenue 

Patent and Copyright Office 

Post Office 

Interest allowed on Fund No. 2. 



Deduct — Refund Superannuation No. 1 

Payments to superannuated employees Fund No. 2. 



I cts. 
84 00 



84 00 
3 00 



81 00 



t ets. 



54 60 

98 00 
223 97 

94 50 

460 97 

112.507 73 



113.439 77 
46.554 04 
66.885 73 



140 DEPARTMENT OP PINANCE 

Appendix No. 18 

Superannuation Fund No. 5 for the year ended March 31, 1929 



Department 



Contribu- 
tiona 



Less refunds 



Net 
contributions 



Transfers 

from 

Retirement 

Fund 



Total 



Agriculture 

Archives 

Auditor General's Office — 

Civil Service Commission... 

External Afiairs 

Finance 

Fisheries 

Office of the Secretary to the 
Governor General 

Health 

High Commissioner's Office.. 

House of Commons 

Immigration and Colonisation 

Indian Affairs 

Insurance 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Library of Parliament 

Marine 

Mines 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

Income Tax 

Patent and Copyright Office. . 

Board of Pension Commission 
ers 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery 

Privy Council 

Public Works , 

Railways and Canals 

Royal Canadian Mounted 
Police 

Secretary of State , 

Senate 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establish- 
ment 

Soldier Settlement Board. . . 

Trade and Commerce 



I cts. 

120,503 93 

7,401 74 

15,628 27 

8.335 27 

5,061 79 

18,272 57 

21,657 81 

1,053 73 

24,914 01 

2,372 66 

11,339 26 

65,576 09 

31,237 91 

4,488 17 

212,160 06 

28,823 47 

10,821 73 

1,589 64 

118,894 33 

31,955 36 

58,789 44 

330,588 75 

80.615 85 
7.344 31 

4,840 93 

622,835 13 

33,868 88 

1,550 06 

129,092 93 

65.616 01 

6, 182 80 
4.792 26 
3,447 40 

13,626 71 

1,302 60 

115,723 17 



2.221.304 93 



I cts. 
390 35 



69 75 



11 69 

5 26 

206 54 

36 
3 81 



87 05 
54 20 



19 73 
2 50 



1,292 98 

20 98 

771 89 

163 91 

226 41 



2,731 83 



238 25 
132 51 



1 00 



150 61 



S cts. 

120.113 58 

7.401 74 

15.558 52 

8.335 27 

5,050 10 

18,267 31 

21.451 27 

1,053 37 
24,910 20 

2,372 56 
11.339 26 
65.489 04 
31.183 71 

4.488 17 
212,140 33 

28.820 97 

10.821 73 
1.589 64 

117.601 35 
31,934 38 
58.017 55 

330,424 84 

80,389 44 

7.344 31 

4.840 93 

620. 103 30 

33,868 88 

1,550 06 

128,854 68 

65,483 50 

5, 182 80 
4.792 26 
3,446 40 

13,626 71 

1,302 60 

115,572 56 



t cts. 

8.145 21 
159 24 



433 00 



228 29 
1^223 41 



292 82 
409 40 



962 74 



4.240 72 



463 21 
293 18 



1,822 45 



$ cts. 

128,258 79 

7,560 98 

15,558 52 

8,335 27 

5.050 10 

18,267 31 

21.451 27 

1,053 37 
25,343 20 

2.372 56 
11.339 26 
65.489 04 
31.412 00 

4,488 17 
213,363 74 

28.820 97 

10.821 73 
1,589 64 

117.894 17 
32.343 78 
58.017 55 

331.387 58 

80.389 44 

7,344 31 

4,840 93 

624,344 02 

33.868 88 

1,550 06 

129,317 89 

65,776 68 

5, 182 80 
4,792 26 
3,446 40 

13.626 71 

1,302 60 

117,395 01 



6.581 61 



2.214,723 32 



18.673 67 



2,233,396 90 



Dr. 



Cr. 



cts 



By Balance April 1, 1928 

By Contributions less refunds 

By Contributions recovered from retired employe 

By Retirement Fund transfers 

By Interest at 4% to March 31, 1929 

By Transfer from Consolidated Fund 

To Annuities paid to March 31 , 1929 

To Gratuities paid to March 31, 1929 

To Withdmwals paid to March 31, 1929 

To Balance curried to fiscal year 1929-30 



652,709 96 

50.430 95 

89.679 88 

23,946,981 80 



I eta. 

19,881,701 96 

2,214,723 32 

18,200 22 

18,673 67 

824.702 48 

1,681,700 44 



24.639,702 09 



24,639,702 00 



By Balance March 31, 1929. 



23,946,981 80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 19 



141 



It 



Statement showing the Loans authorized, amounts issued and redeemed and 
the balance negotiable under the several acts of Parliament on March 31, 
1929. 



— 


Dr. 


% eta. 


— 


Cr. 


1 ct«. 


1928 

April I. 


To Balance 


177.638.370 57 
2.728.006 52 


1929 
Mar. 31 


By Balance negotiable 






To payments over receipts 
in Saving*! Bank 






To Balance negotiable 


180.366.377 09 




180.366,377 09 




180.366.377 09 


1929 


180.366.377 09 


April 1 





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144 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 21 
DECAYED PILOTS' FUND 

In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1988 

April 1— Balance from March 31, 1928 $ 105.846 «2 

Receipts. April 1. 1928 to March 31, 1929 16,288 76 

Interest on Honds — 

War Loan 1916-31 1 200 00 

War Loan 1917-57 125 00 

Victory Loan 1917 522 50 

Victory Loan 1919 825 00 

Refunding: ly^an 1923 800 00 

RefundinK Ix)an 1926 270 00 

Province of Manitoba 6% Bonds 360 00 

Province of Ontario 5% Bonds 1,200 00 

Province of Quebec 4J% Bonds 225 00 

Province of Quebec 6% Bonds 240 00 

4.767 60 

Interest on deposit with Government 311 44 

$ 126.214 31 

Leas— Pensions to Pilots and Widows I 12. 851 90 

Premium on $10,000 Victory Loan 1919 Bonds purchased at 

103 . 15 316 00 

Interest on SIO.OOO Victory Loan 1919 Bonds purchased, 49 

days at 5i % 78 84 



13.240 74 



S 112.973 57 
Gain for year 17. 126.95. 

1829 

Mar. 81— Cash on deposit with Government $ 15,978 57 

Bonds held by Government as under: — 

5% War Ijo&n 1916-31 % 4,000 00 

6% War Loan 1917-37 2,500 00 

6J %Victory Loan 1917 9, 500 00 

61% Victory Loan 1919 20.000 00 

6% Refunding Ix)an 1923 16.000 00 

44% Refunding Ix)an 1926 6,000 00 

6% Province of Manitoba Bonds 6, 000 00 

6% Province of Ontario Bonds ». . 24. 000 00 

4i% Province of Quebec Bonds 5. 000 00 

e% Province of Quebec Bonds 4.000 00 

$ 97.000 00 

$ 112,973 57 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 145 

Appendix No. 22 
HALIFAX PILOTS' PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1928 

April 1— Balance from March 31, 1928 1 75,930 13 

Receipts from April 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 7, 167 58 

Interest on IVinds — 

Victory Loan 1917 $ 2,20000 

Victor>' Loan 1919 550 00 

Refunding Loan 1924 157 50 

Refunding Loan 1926 810 00 

Dominion of Canada Stock, 1930-50 109 02 

3,826 52 

Interest on deposit with Government 65 22 



S 86,989 45 

Lms— Pensions to PUota and Widows 3,936 51 

Premium on $7,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased at 

102.50 175 00 

Interest on $7,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased, 122 

days at 4J% 105 29 

amount credited in error in 1927-28, should have been credited 
to Sydney Pilots' Pension Fund 404 10 



4,620 90 



82,368 55 



Gain for year $6,438.42. 

1929 

Mar. 31 — Cash on deposit with Government $ 6,975 22 

Bonds and Stock held by Government as under: — 

5i% Victory Loan 1917 $ 40. 000 00 

5}% Victory Loan 1919 10, 000 00 

4}% Refunding Loan 1924 3,500 00 

4i% Refunding Loan 1926 18,000 00 

3J% 1930-50 Dominion of Canada Stock 3,893 33 

75,393 33 

$ 82,368 55 



0SI7&— 10 



146 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

» Appendix No. 23 

ST. JOHN PILOTS' PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1928 

April 1— Balance (rom March 31, 1928 1 41.646 32 

Receipts from April 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 6,664 41 

Interest on Bonds — 

War Loan 1916-31 1 .50 00 

War Loan 1917-37 50 00 

Victory Loan 1919 330 00 

RefundinK Ixmn 1924 247 . 50 

Refunding Loan 1926 540 00 

Province of New Brunswick Bonds 852 50 

2,070 00 



% 60,380 73 

Lew— Pensions to Pilots and Widows % 6,945 80 

Premium on $2,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased at 

102 .50 60 00 

Interest on $2,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased, 122 

days at 4J% 30 08 

$ 7,025 88 



$ 43,354 85 

Gain for year $1 , 708 .63. 

1020 

Mar. 31 — Cash on deposit with Government $ 2, 354 85 

Bonds held by Government as under: — 

5% War Loan 1916-31 $ 1,000 00 

6% War Loan 1917-37 1,000 00 

64% Victory Loan 1919 6,000 00 

44% Refunding Loan 1924 5,500 00 

4|% Refunding Loan 1926 12,000 00 

61% Province of New Brunswick Bonds 15,500 00 

41,000 00 



$ 43,354 85 



Appendix No. 24 
SYDNEY PILOTS' PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1928 

April 1— Balance from March 31, 1928 $ 34,498 18 

Receipts from April 1, 1928 to March 31, 1929 9,064 01 

Interest on Bonds — 

War Loan 1916-31 t 60 00 

Victory Loan 1918 110 00 

Victory Ix)an 1919 429 00 

liefunding I^an 1925 136 00 

Refunding Loan 1926 000 00 

1.624 00 

Interest on deposit with Government 136 50 

Amount credited in error to Halifax Pilots' Pension Fund in 1927-28 404 10 



$ 45,725 79 

ensions to Pilots and Widows 2,984 38 

Premium on $8,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased at 

102.60 200 00 

Interest on $8,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds. 122day8 at 4)% 120 33 

3,304 71 



$ 42,421 08 



Gain for year $7,922.90. 
1020 

Mar. 31— Cash on deposit with Government $ 8.621 08 

Bond* held by Government as under: — 

6% War Loan 1916-31 $ 1,000 00 

6J% Victory Loan 1918 2,000 00 

Victor}- I^)an 1919 7,800 00 

Refunding lx)an 1926 3,000 00 



Yo Refunding Loan 1926 20,000 00 



33.800 00 
42,421 08 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



147 



Appendix No. 25 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £1,622,586 19s. 9d. guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 11, Acts of 1908) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



Hy proceeds of sale of £1.263,698 IQs. 9d.. or $6,150,000, 3§ 

per cent first mortgage debenture stock sold en bloc for$ 6,000,000 00 
Less exchange at $4-862142 in transfer to Canada 5,577 08 



Ct8. 



liy proceeds of £358,888 3i per cent first mortgage debenture 
stock sold in March, 1911, at a net price to uie company 

of 92, £330.176 lOs. 2d $ 1,606,861 19 

Leas exchange in transfer to Canada 4,326 51 



By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1928, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 

from the Government Engineer 

"; o balance 



cts. 



5,994.422 92 



1,602,534 68 
443,414 <S 



7,442.346 31 
598,025 31 



8,040.371 62 



8,040,371 62 



March 31, 1929. By balance. 



598.025 31 



Appendix No. 26 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of $45,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 20, Acts of 1914) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By advance made by Dominion Government. Augus-t to December. 1914. 
against pledge of $12,500,000 of 4 per cent bonds, advance being by issue 
of Dominion Notes at various times and subsequently confirmed by 
Legislation, Chap. 4-5, Geo. \, Acts of 1915 

By proceeds, sale of £3,000,000 4 per cent bonds in July, 1914, at a net price 
to the company of 9U £2.745.000 $13,359,000 00 

By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 109, 361 32 



$ Ct8. 



|By proceeds, sale of £.500,000 4 per cent bonds in February, 1915, at a price 
to the company of 91 plus accrued 

interest £ 455,000 

Accrued interest 7,145 6 5 



£ 462. 145 
To loss on exchange in transfer to Canada 



6 5$ 2,249.107 23 
8,279 55 



By advance made by Columbia Trust Co., New York. September, 1915, 
aminst pledge of $15,333,333.34. 4 per cent bomls. said bonds being 
pledged as security for the repayment of notes issued by the company, 
dm September 1, 1917. for $11,500,000. These notes were sold on a 6 
per cent basis less underwriting claims, the net prooecils being 

On SeptemlKT 1, 1917, when these notes came duo to enable the company 
to take them up the Government advanced to the company $9,981,021.03 
against security of $ 15,306,334 of I he above 4 per cent bonds, the remaining 
bonds ($27,000) were sold undertheoptiongiven to holders of the notes 
•t the price of 79 per rent, ami the difference in proceeds, namely 6-7076% 
reverted to the cnMlit of this account being S 1,81103 

By gain on exchange from New York 33 95 



By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1928 

To amooot of payments made to the company mider Mmdry certificates 

from the Government Engineer 

To balance 



I eta. 

10,000.000 00 
13,468,361 32 

2,240,827 68 
11.084.860 00 



1.844 M 
330.090 50 



37.123.348 11 

a.e»4o 



ST.nS.OW 87 



37.128,000 57 



March 31, 1929. By balance. 
ttSTO-U 



2.032 40 



148 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 27 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £7,350,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1911) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



Ct8. 



By proceeds of £7,000,000 3§ per cent first 
mortgage debenture stock sold at a net 

frice to the company of 90} £ 6,352,500 $30,915,500 00 
.ess exchange in transfer to Canada 1,531 34 



By advance made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 

1913, on £293,837 first mortgage debenture stock pledged as security... 
By proce<'<ls of sale of £33,.'i61 in July, 

1914, of this stock at a net price of 88. , £ 29,533 14 
By advance made by Lloyds Bank Ltd., 

London, on £22,602 of above stock 
pledged as security (£70 advanced 
July. 1914, for each £100 of pledged 
securities) 15,821 8 

£ 45.355 2 S 220,728 15 
By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 188 84 



cts. 



30.913,968 M 
1,001,004 71 



By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1928, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 

from the Government Engineer 

To balance - 



220,916 99 
1.606,914 71 



33.005,146 44 
737,658 63 



33,742,805 07 



33,742,805 07 



March 31, 1929. By balance. 



737,658 63 



Appendix No. 28 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £647,260 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1910, as amended by Chapter 8, Acts of 1912) 





Dr. 


Cr. 


By proceeds of sale of £647.260 in October. 1911. 3i per cent 
first mortgage debenture stock at a net price to the com* 

nany of 92. $695,479 4s. Od $ 2.897,998 77 

Lea* exchange in transfer to Canada 7, 819 69 


$ cts. 


S cts. 




2,890,179 08 
85,038 85 


By interest accrued to Nov. 30. 1028. on deposits 




To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
frorn the Government Engineer 


2.952.897 03 
22.320 90 




To balance 










2.975,217 93 


2,975.217 93 


March 31. 1929. By balance 




22.320 90 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 149 

Appendix No. 29 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £733,561 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 7, Acts of 1912) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



cts. 



By proceeds of £410,959 issue, 3i per cent debenture stock 
Bold in November, 1912, at a net price to the company of 

90, £369,863 2s. Od S 1,800,000 13 

Loss on transfer to Canada 13 



By advances made by the Canadian Bank of Commerce, July, 1913, on the 
pledging of $1,350,000 3} per cent debenture stock ($70 advanced for each 
$100 pledged) 

By advances made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 
1913, on £45,206 3} per cent debenture stock pledged as security 

By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1928, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 

To balance ' 



cts. 



1,800,000 oa 



945.000 00 

154.001 77 
44.101 83 



2,927,440 00 
15,663 60 



2,943,103 60 



2.943,103 60 



March 31, 1929. By balance. 



15,663 60 




150 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 30 
/v INDIAN TRUST FUND 

Showing transactions in connection with the Fund during the year ended 

March 31, 1929 



Details 



Balance. March 31, 1928 

Collections on land saleH, timber and stone dues, rents, fines and fees. 

Interest for the year ending March 31, 1929 

Legislative priinl« to supplement the funds 

Outstamiing checiues 1926-27 

Expenditure during the year 

Balance March 31 , 1929 



Debit 



cts. 



1,299,428 35 
13,629,403 74 



14,928,832 09 



Credit 



S cts. 

13. 203.. 366 84 

1,047.297 .57 

671.066 78 

7,000 00 

100 90 



14,928,832 09 



Appendix No. 31 

Dominion Note Circulation 



Denomination 


March 31, 
1925 


March 31, 
1926 


March 31, 
1927 


March 31, 
1928 


March 31, 
1929 


1 1 


$ cts. 

16.294.009 00 

11,617,597 50 

34.259 00 

1,959,850 00 

650 00 

1,826,000 00 

3.. 306. 000 00 

5.5.5,000 00 

24,240,000 00 

145,. 550, 000 00 

1,301,036 43 

27,686 53 


$ cts. 

16,943,453 50 

12,231.463 50 

.33,547 00 

428,672 50 

650 00 

1,790,500 00 

3,344,000 00 

648.000 00 

16,600,000 00 

129,200,000 00 

1,335,494 19 

27.623 53 


$ cts. 

17,428,020 50 

12,609,981 50 

33,071 00 

700, 147 50 

6.50 00 

1,736.000 00 

4,103.000 00 

433,000 00 

9,950,000 00 

123,800,000 00 

1,346,145 19 

27,623 63 


$ cts. 

18,100,000 50 

13,039,4.59 50 

32.635 00 

294,072 50 

6,50 00 

1,791.500 00 

4,244,000 00 

281.000 00 

7,810.000 00 

141,650.000 00 

1,360,548 .58 

27,623 53 


$ Ota. 
19,277.084 60 


2 


13,826,560 50 


4 


32,223 00 


5 


277,612 50 


SO 


650 00 


500 


1,832,000 00 


1,000 


4.289.000 00 


1.000 Hpecial 

6,000 Special 

60.000 Special 

Fractional 


427,000 00 

7,570,000 00 

155.550,000 00 

1,392,463 21 


Provincial 


27,622 83 








206,712,088 46 


182,583,404 22 


172,167,639 22 


188,631,489 61 


204.501,216 64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 32 
Dominion Notes Withdrawn from Circulation and Destroyed 



161 



Denominations 



1924-25 



1925-26 



1926-27 



1927-28 



1928-29 



Fractionals. . . 

$1 

$2 

M 

$5 

»50 

Prnvincialfl 

$500 

$1.000 

$500 Special . . . 
$1,000 Special. 
$5,000 Special. 
$50,000 Special 

Total... 



177 
19. 187 
13.358 

1.777 



995 

1.241 

1 

21,954 

116.475 

299,400 



cts. 

679 62 
105 00 
049 00 
744 00 
075 00 
400 00 
5 00 
500 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



$ cts. 

182,527 24 

21.904,944 50 

16,766,314 00 

712 00 

1,373,727 50 



$ cts. 

172,450 00 

20.405.923 00 

15,189,788 00 

476 00 

601,850 00 



$ cts. 

178,816 61 

21.725,052 00 

16,277,078 00 

436 00 

376,735 00 



$ cts. 

180.620 37 

21.520.633 00 

15,765,067 00 

412 00 

1,136,380 00 



63 00 
15.063,000 00 
10.573,000 00 



1,761,000 00 
14,852,000 00 



1,003,000 00 
2,624,000 00 



70 

440,500 00 

5,235,000 00 



271,000 00 
1,930,000 00 
3,800,000 00 



354.000 00 

3,720,000 00 

17,100.000 00 



264,000 00 
7,330,000 00 
8,600.000 00 



101,000 00 

3,485.000 00 

10,700.000 00 



474,567,557 62 



71,955,288 24 



74,157,487 00 



58,385,117 61 



68,564.613 07 



Appendix No. 33 

Dominion Notes Issued and Redeemed and in Circulation 







Notes held by 




Notes 


Notes held by 


Notes 




Notes 


Asst. Rec's 


New Notes 


^^ithdrH^vn 


Asst. Rec's 


in circulation 


Fiscal Yea 


r in circulation 


General 


Issued during 
year 


and destroyed 
during year 


General 

March 31, 

1929 


March 31. 




April 1 


April 1 


1929 




$ cts 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1912-13.... 


. 113,443,633 40 


28.406,318 75 


39.949,522 £0 


33, 648.. 544 00 






1913-14.... 


112.101.885 65 


35,849,045 00 


44.870.977 50 


34,9.^0.615 87 






1914-15.. 


. 117.795.638 53 


40,075,653 75 


59.054.7.50 00 


28,243,244 62 






1915-16... 


157,056,118 91 


31.626,678 75 


55.597,250 00 


25,917,736 12 






1916-17... 


177,943,131 54 


40,284,180 00 


35,370.750 00 


29.468.918 75 






1917-18... 


1S3.21S.986 79 


40,880,156 00 


152,019,000 00 


32.802.120 87 






1918-19.. 


. 250.7518.860 92 


92.547,161 00 


99.791.250 00 


33,34.5,420 25 






1919-20. . . . 


. 298. ass, 697 67 


111.733,154 00 


45,138,500 00 


39,743,42S 25 






1920-21 .... 


. 311,032,791 92 


103,254.131 50 


98,964.000 00 


44,9.57.879 50 






1921-22.... 


277,882,884 92 


191,310. 1.i9 00 


34,420.500 00 


44,963,245 50 






1922-23... 


. 241.461,426 42 


217.188.872 00 


51.144.550 00 


44,602,764 00 






1023-24. . 


. 242,657,765 42 


222. 634,. 319 00 


462.654.950 00 


347.060,482 34 






' ' '■ ' ' 


216.625.004 33 


364.261.547 75 


373.319.000 00 


474. 667.. 557 62 








. 206.712,088 46 


272.925.906 00 


65.196,500 00 


71.955.288 24 






;;j_i,„ 


. 182.583.401 22 


290.295,802 00 


71.. 5.58. 500 00 


74.157.487 00 






1927-28.... 


172.167,6.39 22 


298,112.580 00 


45.578.500 00 


.58,385.117 61 






1928-29. . . . 


. 188,631,489 61 


268,842,112 00 


44,152,584 00 


58.5&4,613 07 


238.660.356 00 


204,501,210 M 



IK 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 34 

Silver Recoinage Statement 





Amount 

withdrawn 

for rccoinaKC 

face value 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

net value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss on 
recoinage 


Gain on 
recoinage 


April 30 
March 31 


1914 


t cts. 

997.735 21 

106.015 65 

166.830 00 

93,687 15 

79,205 65 

66,679 80 

68,896 35 

68,083 05 

273.588 05 

177.786 95 

148.502 35 

1.35.044 05 

279,057 60 

716.407 45 

524.757 65 

219.069 00 


S cts. 

988,691 57 

104,132 63 

154,243 85 

92,093 28 

77.817 03 

65,. 540 75 

58.134 99 

67.246 05 

272.614 31 

176.733 26 

146.538 74 

133,806 96 

277,124 80 

713,592 41 

522,001 46 

217,060 94 


1 cts. 

928,639 00 
96,893 15 

143.354 10 
85.506 45 
72.131 20 
60.516 50 
57.641 00 
71.584 45 

133,784 16 


$ cts. 

60. 152 57 
7,239 48 

10.889 75 
6.586 83 
5.685 83 
5,024 25 
493 99 


$ cts. 


1915. . 




March 31 


1916 




March 31 


1917 




March 31 


1918 




March 31 


1919 




March 31 


1920 




March 31 


1921 


4.338 40 


March 31 


1922 




8.360 39 


March 31 


1923 






March 31 


1924 








March 31 


1925 








March 31 


1920. . . . 








March 31 


1927 








March 31 


1928 


185,638 76 
804,625 80 




17,688 68 


March 31 


1929 




75.807 27 












4,101,345 96 


4,067,373 03 


2,640,214 55 


96.072 70 


106. 194 74 



Balance held for Recoinage. net value. March 31, 1929: $1,4.37,280.52. 



Appendix No. 35 
Copper Recoinage Statement 





Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

face value 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

net value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss on 
recoinage 


Gain on 
recoinage 


March 31, 1914 


t cts. 

321 49 

46 50 

54 43 

75 56 

62 84 

89 02 

123 96 

1.57 27 

464 88 

347 79 

378 77 

311 29 

517 73 

5.403 12 

744 99 

4.221 13 


$ cts. 

284 64 

36 23 

41 02 

88 67 

47 38 

68 22 

96 17 

124 49 

359 87 

286 71 

.301 01 

250 16 

415 60 

5.289 13 

618 14 

4,112 99 


S cts. 

272 31 
43 78 
51 53 
72 04 
59 50 
83 82 
118 94 
262 43 


$ cts. 
12 33 


$ cts. 


March 31, 1915. 


7 .55 


March 31, 1916 




10 51 


March 31, 1917 




13 37 


March 31. 1918 




12 12 


March 31, 1919 




15 60 


March 31, 1920. 




22 77 


March 31, 1921. 




137 94 


March 31. 1922. 






March 31, 1923 


1,088 60 

632 18 

696 98 

863 34 

7,863 46 

1,922 66 

7,061 79 




677 68 


March 31, 1924 




264 93 


March 31, 1925. 




302 48 


March 31, 1926. 




433 37 


March 31, 1927. 




3.. 388 07 


March 31, 1928 




851 62 


March 31, 1929 




3,120 90 










13.320 77 


12,390 43 


20,872 26 


12 33 


9,158 91 



Balance held for Recoinage, net value, March 31. 1929: $664.75. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



153 



Appendix No. 36 
Dominion Notes Issued to Assistant Receivers General 



I>enoni inations 


1924—25 


1925-26 


1926-27 


1927-28 


1928—29 


Fractional 


$ cts. 

185,000 00 

20.124.000 00 

13.960.000 00 

5,120,000 00 

520,000 00 

500,000 00 

21,500,000 00 

26,410,000 00 

28.5,000,000 00 


S cts. 

227,500 00 

22,480.000 00 

17,424,000 00 


$ cts. 

177,500 00 

21,888,000 00 

15,728,000 00 

40,000 00 

1,875.000 00 

15,950.000 00 

250,000 00 

15,650,000 00 


$ cts. 

192,500 00 

21,760,000 00 

16,576.000 00 


$ cts. 
210,000 00 


11 


22,176.000 00 


$2 


16.016.584 00 


$5 


600.000 00 


$500 


14,595.000 00 
10,420,000 00 


1.200.000 00 

2,800,000 00 

800,000 00 

2.250,000 00 


250,000 00 


$1,000 


4.850,000 00 


$1,000 Special 


50,000 00 


$5,000 " 


50.000 00 




$50,000 " 














Total 


373,319,000 00 


65.196,500 00 


71.558,500 00 


45,578,500 00 


44,152,584 00 



Appendix No. 37 

Statement showing One and Two Dollar Dominion Notes in Circulation — 
Total amount of Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in Circulation and amount 
of Gold held by the Receiver General, March 31, 1882, to March 31, 1929 



Year 


One and Two 
Dollar Notes in 


Total 
Dominion Notes 


Bank Notes 

in 
Circulation 


Gold held 
by the Receiver 




Circulation 


in Circulation 


General* 


1882 


$ cts. 

5.675.413 00 

5.809.538 00 

5,427.385 00 

5,290,655 00 

5,195,631 00 

5.761,588 00 

5,933,659 00 

5.852,398 00 

5,974.395 00 

6.262.728 00 

6,211,976 00 

6,526.193 00 

6.362.517 00 

6.339.098 00 

6.606,214 00 

6,711,754 00 

7,306,574 00 

7,902.076 00 

8.599.618 00 

9.136.829 00 

9.546.552 00 

10,671,569 00 

11,241,646 00 

11,616.702 00 

12.697.203 00 

14.427.814 00 

14.119.524 00 

14.215.537 00 

15,728.269 00 

17.155.996 00 
19,356.015 00 

20.783.997 00 
20.605,876 00 

20.236.008 50 
21,927,287 50 
24, (Ml. 642 .50 

25.771.009 .50 
27.378.740 00 
29.789.653 00 
29.275.112 00 
26.722.658 50 
27.775.672 00 
28,542,907 50 
27.911,606 .50 
29,174.917 00 
30,038,002 00 
31.139.460 00 
33.102.645 00 


$ cts. 
14.315.437 77 
15,801.769 98 
16,901.296 46 
15,600,166 86 
16,858,838 28 
14,781,270 78 
15,931,679 11 
15,119,065 33 
15,228,780 65 
16,156,465 48 
16,213,525 76 
17,587,711 66 
19,548.102 45 
20,946,237 12 
18,791,747 62 
21,987.613 26 
21.142.624 76 
22.933.078 39 
24,4.52.442 52 
28,498.519 52 
29.868.112 a5 
33.777.733 58 
39,777.381 33 
47,839,250 33 
47,201,260 22 
54.794,596 86 
60,455,991 36 
79,351,080 50 
87,134,068 50 
89,994,270 25 
113,443,633 40 
112,101,885 65 

117.795.638 53 
157,056,118 91 
177,943,131 54 
183.248.966 79 
250.798.860 92 
298,058.697 67 
311,932.791 92 
277.882.884 92 
241,461,426 42 
242,6.57,765 42 
216,625,004 33 
206,713.068 46 
182.583.404 22 

172.167.639 32 
188,631.489 61 
204.501,216 54 


$ cts. 
32.947,260 04 
34,517.813 52 

30.197.882 51 
29,791.262 85 
29,959,916 55 
31,521,420 43 
31.985,285 27 
32,471,522 09 
31,704,281 61 
33,020.661 30 
32,483,965 00 

33.430.883 00 
30,702,607 00 
29,414.796 00 

30.789.457 00 
31,082,521 00 
35,930.085 00 
38,409,227 00 
43.814.918 00 
47,611,967 00 
52,442.982 00 
58.283.484 00 
59.760.119 00 
58.721.173 00 
65,991.818 00 
76.346.013 00 
69.047.892 00 

68.708.458 00 
78.265,822 00 
81,938.753 00 
95,918,404 00 

102,302.047 00 
96.848,384 00 
96,666.544 00 
114.804.604 00 
148.265.140 00 
191.058.404 00 
214.576.870 00 
225.760.628 00 
206.094.668 00 
162.651,367 00 
173.258,363 00 
170.850.556 00 
157.888.900 00 
163.953.335 00 
163.807.855 00 
176.805.067 00 
188.736.356 00 


$ cts. 
2.149,461 92 


1883 


2.381,288 51 


1884 


2,-548.794 52 


1885 


2.345,525 44 


1886 


4.060.046 84 


1887 


2.. 516. 972 36 


1888 


3,452,022 09 


1889 


3.925,994 19 


1890 


3,017,109 53 


1891 


3,789,704 21 


1892 


3.728.463 36 


1893 


5,550,381 36 


1894 


7.624,381 36 


1895 


9.175,245 43 


1896 


7.049.897 33 


1897 


10.380,205 37 


1896 


9,779,170 97 


1899 


11.768.191 25 


1900. 


10.829.263 03 


1901 


15.159.309 08 


1902 


15.939.396 55 


1903 


20.702.144 08 


1904 


27.377.814 83 


1905 


35.813.970 43 


1906 


32.617.209 02 


1907 


37.619.596 81 


1908 


41.689,751 31 


1909 


61,581.665 45 


1910 


69.736,110 85 


1911 


74.159,771 40 


1912 


98.802,395 14 


1913 


96.507.112 81 


1914 


101,161.366 18 


1915 


94.644.433 44 


1916 


130.931.633 96 


1917 


118,561.338 50 


1918 


119.941.748 93 


1919 


121.141.122 07 


1920 


104.399.455 48 


1921 


83.381.036 53 


1922 


84.349.497 86 


1923 


128.740.130 31 


1924 


103,330.339 56 


1925 


122.811,151 12 


1996 


98,418.636 91 


1927 


100.885.943 93 


1928 


06.034.273 28 


1929 


60.905.345 13 



'Includes amount held as reserve against Savings Bank Deposits. 



154 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 38 



Statement showing Amount of Canadian Gold Coin struck by Royal Mint 

to March 31, 1929 





March 31, 
1913 


March 31, 
1914 


March 31, 
1915 


March 31, 
1916 


Total 


Montreal 


t 

185,000 

280,000 

32,500 

37,500 

8,000 

125,000 

162,500 

898.325 

3,885 


< 
45,000 


S 


S 


S 
230.000 


Toronto 






280,000 


Halifax 








32,500 


St. John, N.B 








37,500 










8,000 


Winnipeg ^ . . . 

Victoria 








125,000 








162,500 


Ottawa 


2,151.410 
1,070 


897,170 
40.525 


535 


3,947,440 


By Mint 


45,480 










1,732,710 


2,197.480 


937.695 


535 


4,868,420 



S 5 I,388,0e0 

$10 3 , 480, 360 



Note. — First coin issued May 10, 1912 



4,868,420 



No Canadian Gold Coin Issued Since 1916 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 39 



155 



I 



Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907 ; 
also coinage struck for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before Confeder- 
ation in 1867, and for Prince Edward Island before 1873, when that Prov- 
ince entered the Confederation, and coined and issued by the Royal Mint, 
Ottawa, January 1, 1908, to December 31, 1928. 



Year 


Silver 


Nickel 


Bronze 


50 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


1858 


1 


S cts. 


% 

150,000 


S 
125,000 


1 
75,000 


$ cts. 
350,000 00 


1 


t 

100,000 


1859 . . 








95.790 


I860 
















1,114 


1861 
















('o;io,ooo 
Cfcno.ooo 
(0) 


1861 
















1862 






30,000 


15,000 


5,000 


50,000 00 




1862. . 








rbjlO.OOO 

rajio.ooo 

r6jl0,000 


1864 






30,000 


10,000 


5,000 


45,666 66 




1864. . . . 








1870 


225.000 


225,000 00 




160,000 


140,000 


750,000 00 




(j) 1871.. 




rc;io,ooo 


1871 


100,000 
40.000 


100,000 00 
560,000 00 
400,000 00 
250,000 00 




80,000 
100,000 

60,000 
100,000 


70,000 

100,000 

40,000 

50.000 


350,000 00 
800,000 00 
500,000 00 
400.000 00 




(j) 1872 






(j) 1874 






(j) 1875 








(i) 1876 . . . 






40.000 


(j) 1880 




100,000 00 
205,000 00 
150,000 00 
240,000 00 




150,000 
95,000 

100,000 
30,000 
15,000 
40,000 
80,000 
35.000 
50,000 

eo.ooo 

45,000 
80,000 
52,000 
50,000 
50,000 


150,000 
75,000 
50,000 
30,000 
10,000 
50,000 
85,000 
25,000 
50,000 
00,000 
50,000 
90,000 
43,000 
85,000 
25,000 


400.666 66 

450,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 

25,000 00 
138,000 00 
300,000 00 

85,000 00 
230,000 00 
136,585 00 
155,000 00 
200,000 00 
298,000 00 
160,000 00 
144,518 00 






/}• ) 1881 


75,000 




20,000 


(j) 1882 




40,000 


(j) 1883 








1884 






25,000 


1885 




48,000 00 

135,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

('</;i6,585 00 

50,000 00 

30,000 00 

127,500 00 

25,000 00 

55,000 00 








1886... 






15,000 


1887 






15,000 


1888. .. 


30,000 




40,000 


1889 






(j) 1890 

1891 


10,000 




10,000 




fi;i4,626 


1892 


75.600 




12,000 


1893 




20.000 


1894 


re;i4.518 




10,000 


1895 




12,000 


1896 








65,000 


75,000 


140,000 00 




20,000 


1897 










16,000 


1898. . . 


50,666 






72.000 


95,000 


217.000 00 






(j) 1898 








10.000 


1899 


25,000 
59,000 


r/;i03,895 00 
330,000 00 




120,000 
110.000 


150,000 
90,000 


398.895 00 
589.000 00 




24,000 


1900 




10,000 


(}) 1900... . 




26,000 


19C1. 


40,000 
60,000 


160,000 00 

116,000 00 

200,000 00 

(ff)21 1,537 50 




120,000 
72,000 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
100,000 
100,000 
170,000 
262,000 


100,000 
106.000 
110.000 
60.000 
132.000 
120.000 
130,000 
165.000 
260.000 


420.000 00 
354,000 00 
420,000 00 
311.537 60 
334.000 00 
350.000 00 
450.000 00 
809.460 76 
1,194.000 00 




41,000 


1902 




30,000 


(i) 1902. . . 






1903 






40,000 


(j) 1903 


70,666 

30,000 

20,000 

176,000 

150,000 






1904 


100.000 00 

200,000 00 

(A)309.460 75 

522,000 00 






25.000 


1905 




20,000 


1900 




41,000 


1907... 




24,000 


(j) 1907 




8,000 


1908... 


7,700 


22,625 66 

403,900 00 
660.300 00 
622.000 00 
622,500 00 




14,900 
210,300 
337,000 
367,700 
334.600 


18,400 
127,500 
223,100 
239.300 
284.600 


63.026 00 

868.300 00 

1,464.000 00 

1,391.000 00 

1.392,000 00 




21.604 


1909... . 


. 126,600 




39,300 


1910 


. 243,600 




42,020 


1911 


162 000 




64.480 


1912. .. 


. 160,600 




60.000 










Forward 


1,939,418 


7,425.703 25 


210,000 


4.329,400 


3,828.800 


17.733,321 26 




1,071,838 



166 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 39 — Concluded 



Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907; 
etc. — Concluded. 





Silver 


Nickel 




Year 


50 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


Bronze 


Brought forward 


$ 

1,939,418 

138,000 

80,500 

6,000 
190,000 
334,000 
434,000 
638.000 
122,000 

4,000 


S cts. 

7,425,703 25 

447,000 00 

303,600 00 

92,000 00 

439,700 00 

786,000 00 

1,056,000 00 

1,470.000 00 

262,000 00 

14,000 00 

6,000 00 

2,000 00 


S 

210,000 


S 

4,329.400 

326,000 

194,000 

68,000 

464.300 

508,200 

574,000 

834,044 

508,000 

40,000 

18,000 

26,000 


S 

3.828,800 
264,000 
156,002 

40,000 
208,000 
234,000 
338,000 
434,000 
446,000 

70,000 


1 cts. 

17,733,321 25 

1,175,000 00 

734,002 00 

206,000 00 

1,302,000 00 

1,862,200 00 

2,402,000 00 

3,276,044 00 

1,338.000 00 

128,000 00 

24,000 00 

28,000 00 


1 


S 

1,071,833 


1913 




55,600 


1914 




35,100 


1915 




50,400 


1916 




110,700 


1917 




116,900 


1918 




131,917 


1919 




123,800 


1920 




200,385 


1921 




60,700 


1922 


69,000 
127,000 

74,500 
126,000 
168,500 
249,000 
250,000 


12,400 


1923 






19,300 


1924 






11,900 


1925 


2.000 






12.000 

26.000 

144.000 

326.000 




14,000 00 

50,000 00 

574,000 00 

867,000 00 


22,100 


1926 


24.666 66 

430,000 00 
535,000 00 






28,200 


1927 






37,600 


1928 


6,000 




92.100 








Total 


3,793,918 


13,292,903 25 


210,000 


8.397.944 


6,018,802 


31,713,567 25 


1,064,000 


2,180,835 



NoT«. — (a) New Brunswick coinage, {h) Nova Scotia coinage, (c) Prince Edward I.sland coinage. 
fd) Reooined from withdrawn 20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $17,074. (e) Recoined from with- 
drawn 20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $15,000. (f) Including $18,895 recoined from withdrawn 20 
cent pieces of the nominal value of $9,500 and worn silver coin of the estimated value of $10,500. (g) Partly 
produced from worn silver coin of the nominal value of $11,686.75. (h) Partly produced from the worn 
silver coin of the nominal value of $2,000. (i) Including $4,525, produced from old copper and bronie 
coin, (j) Coined at the Mint, Birmingham. 

The change from large to small copper coin was made May 17, 1920. 



Appendix No. 40 

Statement showing amount of United States silver, nickel and bronze coin and 
Newfoundland coin, withdrawn from circulation in Canada and exported 
during the period from April 1, 1910, to March 31, 1929, together with the 
expenditure in connection therewith. 





Totals 1910-1928 


Fiscal year 1928-29 


Totals 1910-1929 




United 
States 


New- 
foundland 


United 
States 


New 

found land 


United 
States 


New- 
foundland 


Ontario 


$ cts. 

6.513.668 73 

2.7.58.723 99 

276.290 40 

366.548 71 

2,125,534 07 

4,671,217 26 

785.802 17 

569,208 38 

8,435 00 

11,901 00 


$ cts. 
11.000 00 
20,000 00 
99,000 00 

7,000 00 
959 00 

2,000 00 


$ cts. 

796.613 00 

605.150 00 

32, 160 00 

32,600 00 

169,165 00 

639.150 00 

53.750 00 

24.600 00 

4.650 00 


$ cts. 

4,012 00 
16,000 OO 
28,800 OO 

3.550 00 

1,500 00 


t cts. 

7.310,281 73 

3.363.873 99 

308,440 40 

399,148 71 

2,294,699 07 

5,310,367 26 

839,552 17 

593,808 38 

13.085 00 

11.901 00 


t cts. 
15.012 00 


Qnebec 


36,000 00 


l^ova Sootk 


127,800 00 


New Brunswick 


10,550 00 


Manitoba 


2,459 00 


British Columbia 


2,000 00 


Alberta 






Saskatchewan 




1.000 00 
1.000 00 


1,000 00 


Prince Edward Island 

Yokon 


5.000 00 


6,000 00 












ToUl 


18,087,329 71 


144.959 00 


2,357,828 00 


65.862 00 


20.446.157 71 


200.821 00 








53,443 64 
75.823 62 








63.443 64 
88,999 00 




KiprMs charxes 


939 91 


18.175 48 


398 60 


1.338 60 


Total 


129.267 16 


939 91 


13.175 48 


39S W 


142.442 64 


1.888 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 41 

No. 1. — Province of Alberta — Subsidy Account 



157 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 



July 1. 



Julys.. 
Sept. 1. 



1929 
Ja!i. 1.. 



Jan. 2.. 
Mar. 1 



By J year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 607,584 as authorized bv 
8ec. 1 S.R. (1-b) B.N.A. Act, 1907. (Quinquennial Census 
July 1, 1926) 

By J year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Sec. 1 S.S. (1-a) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To cash 

By i year's allowance in lieu of Public Lands (Quinquennial 
Census July 1, 1926) population between 400,000 and 800,000 
as authorized by 4-5 Edw. VII, Chap. 3 (1905) Sec. 20 

By J year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 
$8,107.500.00 

To cash 



By § year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 640,700 as authorized by 
Sec. 1 (1-b) B.N.A. Act, 1907. (Estimated population 
Jan. 1, 1929) 

By } year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Sec. 1, S.S. (1-a), B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To cash 

By J year's allowances as above 

To cash 



Ct8. 



338,033 60 



483.937 50 



351,280 00 



483.937 50 



$ cts. 



243,033 60 
95.000 00 

281,250 00 
202,687 50 



256,280 00 

95,000 00 

483,937 50 



1,657,188 60 



1,657,188 60 



No. 2. — Province of British Columbia — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 

July 1. . 




lyS... 
1929 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2., 



eta. 



By J year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and I^egislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 524,582 (Census 1921) as 
authorized by Section 1 (1-b) of B.N..\. Act, 1907 

By I year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Sec. 1, S.S. (1) of B.N.A. Act of 1907 



By ) year's allowance in lieu of lands as authorised by O.C. 
\Vii 



ndsor, 16 May, 1871 
By i year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowanoe of 

$58.3,021.40 

To cash 



300,406 83 



By i year's grant and allowances as above. 
To cash 



309.406 SS 
738, 81« 66 



$ eta. 

209.833 80 
95.000 00 
50.000 00 
14.575 53 

869.408 S3 

738.816 66 



I 



168 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 41 — Continued 
No. 3. — Pbovince of Manitoba — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 
July 1... 



July 3... 

1929 

Jan. 1... 



Jan. 2. 



By ) year's grunt for ita loral purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 639,056 as authorised by 
Sec. 1 S.S. (1-b) B.N.A. Act. 1907 (Quimiuennial Census 

July 1. 1926) 

By i year's allowance for Government and Legislature as author- 
ized by Sor. 1 S.R. (1) B.N.A. Act. 1907 

By i year's allowance as authorize*! by 2 Geo. V, Cap. 32, 
Ser-. 5, S.S. 1, in lieu of public lands on a population lietween 
400.000 and 800.000. 

(J of $.562.600) I 281.250 00 

Less J year's swamp land j de- 
duction of 5% on $2.769.- 

856.66 $69,246 41 

Less i year's University Lands 
deduction of 5% on $300,- 

000.00 7,500 00 

76.746 41 



By I year's interest at 5% per annum on $7,631,683.85 in lieu of 

debt as authorized by 2 Geo. V. Cap. 32, Sec. 4 

To cash 



By 



J year's grant for its local purposes and the support of it* 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cenl.s per 
head per annum on a population of 660,000 as authorized by 
Sec. 1 S.S. (1-b), B.N.A. Act, 1907. (Estimated popula- 
tion January 1. 1929) 

By ] year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 

by Sec. 1 S.S. (1) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By i year's allowance as authorized by 2 Geo. V, Cap. 32 
Sec. 5. S.S. 1. in lieu of Public Lands on a population between 
400,000 and 800.000. 

(} of $562.500) $ 281.250 00 

Less i year'fi Swamp Lands 
deduction of 5% on $2,769.- 

856.66 $69,246 41 

Less i year's University Lands 
deduction of 5% on $300,- 

000.00 7.500 00 

76.746 41 



By i year's interest at 5% per annum on $7,631,683.85 in lieu 

of debt as authorized by 2 Geo. V, Cap. 32, Sec. 4 

To cash 



cte. 



$ cts. 
255,622 40 

95,000 eo 



745.918 OS 



204,503 59 
190,792 09 



264,000 00 
95,000 00 



754,295 68 



204,503 59 
100,792 09 



1,. 500. 213 76 



1,500.213 76 



No. 4 — Province op New Brunswick — Subsidy Account 



Date 




Dr. 


Cr. 


1928 
July I 


By i year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
hea<l per annum on a population of 387,876 (Census 1921) as 
authorized by Section 1 (1-b) of B.N.A. Act 1907 


t cts. 


t cts. 

155.150 40 




By i year's grant for Government and Legislature us authorized 
by Section 1, S.S. (1-a) of B.N.A. Act, 1907 




90,000 00 




By J year's allowance in lieu of export duty on lumber as author- 
ized by 36 Vic. Cap. 41, Sec. 1 




75,000 00 




By } year s interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 
$529,299.39 




13,232 48 


July 3 


To cash 


333,382 88 




1929 
Jan. 1 


By } year's icrants and allowances as above 


833,882 88 


Jan. 2 


To cash 


333,382 88 












606,765 76 


600,765 70 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 41 — Continued 
No. 5. — Province of Nova Scotia — Subsidy Account 



159 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



cts. 



July 3. 

1929 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



By J year's grant for it« local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 52.3,837 (Census 1921), as 
authorized by Sec 1 (1-b) of the B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By } year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Section 1, S.S. (la) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By J year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 
$1,055,433.64 

To cash 



330,920 64 



By \ year's grants and allowances as above. 
To caish 



330,920 64 



X cts. 

209,534 80 
95,000 00 
26,385 84 

330,920 64 



661,841 28 



661,841 28 



No. 6. — Province of Ontario — Subsidy Account 



Date 




Dr. 


Cr. 


1928 

July 1 


By J year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 

Government and Legislature, on a population of 2,933,662 

(Census 1921) as authorized by Section 1 (1-b) of B.N.A. 

Act 1907— 

2, 500, 000 at 80 cents per head per annum . 1 , 000, 000 00 

433 , 662 at 60 cents per head per annum . 130, 098 60 


% cts. 


% cts. 

1,130.098 60 
120.000 00 


P 


By 1 year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Govemnient and Legislature as authorized by Sec. 1 (1-2) 
of B.N.A. Act 1907 




m 


By } year's allowance as authorized by 47 Vic, Cap. 4, of 
1884 




71,207 24 


W July 3 


ToCasli 


1,321,305 84 




1929 
Jan. 1 


By i year's grants and allowances as above 


1,321.305 84 


Jan. 2 


ToCash 


1.321,305 84 












2.642,611 68 


2,642,611 88 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
i> Appendix No. 41 — Continued 

No. 7. — Province of Prince Edward Island — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 



Jaly 1. 



By i year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 109,078 (Ctnsus 1891) 
as authorized by Section 1 (1-b) and 1 (8) of the B.N.A. 

Act of 1907 

By \ year's grant for Government and I..cgislaturc as authorized 

by Sec. 1 S.S. (1-a) B.N.A. Act 1907 

By J year's grant in lieu of Public Lands O.C. Windsor, June 

26th 1873 22, .^00 00 

Lc.ss i year's deduction on Land Account 
Balance, being 5% per annum on $782,- 
402.33 as authorized by O.C. Windsor, 
June 26th 1873 19,560 05 

By § year's additional allo\\-ance on subsidy account as author- 
ized by 50-51 Vic, Cap. 8, Section 1 

By i year's allowance as authorized by 1 Ed. VII, Cap. 3, 
Sec. 1 in settlement of Steamships Service Claim 

By i year's grant as authorized by 2 Geo. V, Sec. 2 

By I year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 
1775.791.83 



jBly 3. . 

July 3.. 

1929 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 
Jm. 2.. 



To Prince Edward Island Railway for J year's interest on con- 
struction and maintenance of the Hillsboro River Bridge 
on the Murray Harbour Branch, as authorized by 63-64 
Vic. Cap. 7 

To Cash 



By grants and allowances as above. 

To deduction as above 

To Cash 



eta. 



«to. 



43,631 20 
50,000 00 



2.939 95 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 
50,000 00 

19.394 7§ 



4,875 00 
186,090 94 



4,875 00 
186,090 94 



190,965 04 



381,931 88 



381,931 81 



No. 8. — Province of Quebec — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 



July 1. 



cts. 



July 3... 

1929 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



By i year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Govomment and Ix;gislaturc, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 2,361,199 (Census 1921) 
as authorized by Sec. 1 (1-b) of the B.N.A. Art of 1907. . 

By J year's grant for its Government and Legislature as 
authorized by Section 1 (1-2) of B.N.A. Act 1907 

By t year's allowanoe as authorized by 47 Vic, Cap. 4, of 1884 

To Cash 



1,128.209 94 



By i year's grants and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



1.128.200 04 
2.250.410 88 



ets. 



044,470 00 

120,000 00 
63,730 34 



1,128.200 04 



2,256.410 88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 41 — Concluded 

No. 9. — Province of Saskatchewan — Subsidy Account 



161 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1928 



July 1. 



July 3 . 
Sept. 1. 



Sept. 1. 



1929 
Jan. 1.... 



Jan. 2.. 
Mar. 1. 



By I year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 821,500 as authorized 
by Section 1 (b) of the B.N.A. Act 1907, (Quinquennial 
Census, July 1, 1926) 

By J year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Section 1 S.S. (1-a) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To Cash 

By I year's allowance in lieu of Public Lands (Quinquennial 
Census, July 1, 1926) population between 800.000 and 
1,200.000 as authorized by 4-5 Edw. VII, Cap. 42 (1905), 
Sec. 20 



By § year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 

$8,107,500.00 

To Cash 



By i year's grant for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 
head per annum on a population of 859,900 as authorized 
by Sec. 1 (b) of the B.N.A. Act, 1907 (estimated popu- 
lation Jan. 1, 1929) 

By i year's grant for Government and Legislature as authorized 
by Sec. 1 S.S. 1 (1-a) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To Cash 

By § year's allowances as above 

To Cash 



cts. 



438,600 00 



577,687 50 



453,960 00 



577,687 50 



I eta. 

328,600 00 
110,000 00 

375,000 00 
202,687 50 



343,960 00 
110,000 00 
577.687 50 



2,047,935 00 



2,047,935 00 



Subsidy allowances from July 1867 to close of fiscal year ended March 31, 1929 



Province 



Allowances 

for 
Government 



Allowances 
per head of 
population 



Special 
Grants 



Interest 

on Debt 

Alloii'ancea 



Total 



Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quc1k;c 

Saskatchewan 



4,206. 
5,180. 
5,785, 
5,960. 
6,580, 
8,480, 
3.220, 
8,080, 
4,396, 



cts. 

666 67 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
666 67 



9.150, 
9,671, 
14,001, 
16,177, 
21,243, 
89,881, 
4,789, 
71,979, 
11,699, 



cts. 

512 67 
804 80 
107 20 
748 80 
040 00 
563 99 
129 60 
955 20 
403 60 



I cts. 

12.375,000 00 

e.soo.ooo 00 

12.418,690 78 

9,030,000 00 

826,980 00 



3,884.904 94 
13^406^250 00 



9,729, 
1,700, 
11,442, 
1.265, 
2.918, 
4.174. 
2,370. 
4,. 559, 
9,729, 



cts. 

000 00 
.'•>45 32 
098 75 
310 20 
S-W 27 
031 74 
107 91 
488 81 
000 00 



I cts. 

461.179 34 
352.350 12 
647.496 73 
4.33,050 00 
568,873 27 
.135.595 73 
264. 142 45 
619,444 01 
231,320 27 



61,888,333 34 



248,594,265 86 



58,741,825 72 



47.889,036 00 



407,113.460 92 



REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF 
NATIONAL REVENUE 



CONTAINING 



ACCOUNTS OF REVENUE 



With Statements relative to the Imports, Exports, Excise 

and Income 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 



1929 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KINO'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

ion 



1 j/AvdM T:^ AS[aa 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
etc., etc., Governor General and Commander in Chief of the D&minion of 
Canada. 



May it Please your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
lleport of the Department of National Revenue containing Tables and State- 
ments relative to the Imports, Exports, Excise and Income of the Dominion 
of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1929, as compiled from official 
returns. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

W. D. EULER, 

Minister of National Revenue. 

Ottawa, 30th September, 1929. 



•r( ^ft'U' 



W. D. EuLER, Esq., 

Minister of National Revenue. 

Sir, — I have the honour to hand you the Annual Report of the Department 
of National Revenue (Customs Division) , containing Accounts of Revenue with 
statements of Imports and Exports of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal 
year ended 31st March, 1929. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

(Sgd.) R. W. BREADNER, 

Commissioner of Customs. 

Ottawa, 25th September, 1929. 



90040—1) 



PREFACE 

The Customs Act contains the following provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Department of Customs: — 

"305. The Minister shall annually make to the Governor General, 
to be laid before Parliament within fifteen days after the meeting thereof, 
a report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the department 
during the year then next preceding." 

The Inland Revenue Act also contains provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Inland Revenue Service as follows: — 

"14. The Minister shall annually make to the Governor General a 
report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the Department 
during the year then next preceding, which shall be laid before Parliament 
within fifteen days after the next meeting thereof." 

The unre vised monthly statements of imports and exports, prepared and 
published under the direction of the Department of Customs from July 1, 1900, 
ceased to be published by this Department since March, 1918. 

Detailed statements, however, showing the quantity, value, and origin of 
imports and the quantity, value, and destination of exports, continue to be 
prepared and furnished monthly by the Department of Customs from April 1, 
1918, for publication by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Trade statistics classified by countries, with other details, compiled from 
Customs returns, are now published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Part I of this report contains tables and statements relative to the Customs. 

Part II of this report contains tables and statements relative to Excise. 

Part III of this report contains tables relative to Income Taxes. 

The difference between revenue totals in Statement Number 9, Part I and 
totals shown in other statements of revenue, represent the differences between 
actual cash received in the Department and remitted to the Receiver General, 
and totals shown on entries passed, and are adjusted in the next fiscal year. 



PART I 



CUSTOMS 

TABLES AND STATEMENTS OF 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS 



INDEX TO CUSTOMS TABLES AND STATEMENTS 



No. of 
State- 
ment 



Subject 



Description 



9 

10 

11 
12 
13 



Imports and Exports 

Aggregate Trade 

Exports 

Imports 

Revenue 

" percentage . . 

Imports and Exports 
Imports and Exports 



Revenue and other services 
Imports and Exports 



Warehousing. 

Imports 

Exports 



COMPARATIVH TaBLES 

Total Exports and Imports entered for Home Consumption 
and duty collected from 1868 to 1929 

Total Trade entered for Home Consumption and Exported 
bj' Countries, 1873 to 1929 

Total Exports by Countries, 1873 to 1929. . .^ 

Total Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption by 
Countries, 1873 to 1929 

Total Duty Collected by Countries, 1873 to 1929 

Percentage of Duty on Imports entered for Home Consump- 
tion, percentage expense of collection, 1868 to 1929 

Comparative Statement of Imports entered for Home Con- 
sumption and Exports, showing percentage excess of Im- 
ports entered for Home Consumption over Exports, etc., 
1868 to 1929 

Comparative Statement by Ports: Exports and Imports 
entered for Home Consumption, 3 years 



Tablbs and Statkmbntb roB Fiscal Ybar, 1929 

Statement of Customs revenue and other services by Ports, 

Outports and Stations 

Dominion Abstract, value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption by Countries, 1929 (Dutiable and Free) and 
Exports. (Goods the Produce of Canada, and Goods 
not the Produce of Canada) 

Statement of the Value of Goods remaining in Warehouse 
1927, 1928 and 1929 

-Abstract by Countries, value of goods entered for Home 
C -onsumption 

.Vbstract by Countries of Total Exports 



8 
10 

12 
14 

17 



18 
20 



26 

47 

49 

50 
53 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



No. 1 — Statement showing the Value of Total Exports and Imports entered for 
Home Consumption in the Dominion, with the duty collected thereon, for 
the undermentioned years. 









Total 


Grand Total 










Imports 


Imports entered 


Total 






Total Exports 


entered for 


for Home 


Duty 








Home 


Consumption 


Collected 








Consumption 


and Exports 








% 


% 


$ 


$ 


Fiscal year 


ended June 30. 1868 


57,567,888 


71,985.306 


129,. 553. 194 


8.819.431 63 




1869 


60,474,781 


67,402,170 


127.876.951 


8,298,909 71 




1870 


73,573,490 


71,237,603 


144.811.093 


9,462,940 44 




1871 


74,173,618 


86,947,482 


161.121.100 


11,843,655 76 




1872 


82,639,663 


107,709,116 


190, .348. 779 


13,045,493 50 




1873 


89,789,922 


127,514,594 


ill 7,. 304. 516 


13,017,730 17 




1874 


89,351,928 


127,404,169 


216,756.097 


14,421,882 67 




1875 


77,886,979 


119,618,657 


197,505,636 


15,361,382 12 




1876 


80.966,435 


94,733,218 


175,699,653 


12,833,114 48 




1877 


75,875,393 


96,300,483 


172,175,876 


12,548,451 09 




1878 


79,323,667 


91,199,577 


170,523,244 


12,795,693 17 




1879 


71,491,255 


80,341.608 


151,832,863 


12,939,540 66 




1880 


87,911.458 


71.782.349 


159,693,897 


14, 138; 849 22 




1881 


98.290.823 


91.611,604 


189,902,427 


18,500,785 97 




1882 


102.137.203 


112,648,927 


214.786.130 


21.708,837 43 




1883 


98.085.804 


123,137,019 


221.222.823 


23.172.308 97 




1884 


91,406,496 


108,180,644 


199.. 587. 140 


20.164.963 37 




1885 


89,238,361 


102,710.019 


191,948.380 


19,133,5.58 99 




1886 


85,251,314 


99.602,694 


184,854,008 


19.448.123 70 




1887 


89,515,811 


105.639.428 


195,155,239 


22,469.705 83 




1888 


90,203,000 


102.847,100 


193,050,100 


22,209,641 53 




1889 


89,189.167 


109,673.447 


198,862,614 


23,784,523 23 




1890 


96,749,149 


112,765,584 


209,514,733 


24,014,908 07 




1891 


98,417,296 


113,345,124 


211,762,420 


23,481,069 13 




1892 


113,963,372 


116,978,943 


230.942.318 


20,550,581 53 




1893 


118,564.352 


121,705,030 


240,269,382 


21,161,710 93 




1894 


117.524,949 


113,093,983 


230,618,932 


19,379,822 32 




1895 


113,638,803 


105,252,511 


218,891,314 


17,887,269 47 




1896 


121,013,8.52 


110,587,480 


231,601,332 


20,219,0,37 32 




1897 


137,950,253 


111,294,021 


249,244,274 


19,891,996 77 




1898 


164,152,683 


130,698,006 


294,850,689 


22,1.57,788 49 




1899 


158,896,905 


154,051,593 


312,948,498 


25,794,228 75 




1900 


191,894,723 


180,804,316 


372,699,039 


28,889,110 13 




1901 


196,487.632 


181,237,988 


377,725.620 


20,106,979 89 




1902 


211.640.286 


202,791,595 


414,431.881 


32,425,532 31 




1903 


225,849.724 


233,790.516 


459,640.240 


.37,110,354 59 




1904 


213.521,235 


25 1,464,. 3.32 


464.985.567 


40,9.54,-349 14 




1905 


2a3, 316,872 


261.925.554 


465.242.426 


42,024,339 92 




1906 


256,586,630 


290.360.807 


546.947.437 


46,671,101 18 




Mar, 31, •1907 


205,277,197 


257.2.54.882 


462.532.079 


40,290,171 70 




1908 


280,006,006 


.358,428,616 


638.435.222 


58,. 331, 074 04 




1909 


201, .-.12,159 


298.205,957 


559.718.116 


48,059,791 93 




1910 


301,3.58,529 


375,8.33.016 


677.191.545 


61,024,2.39 21 




1911 


297,1 96,. m5 


461.951.318 


759,147,688 


73,312,367 59 




" 1912 


315,317,250 


547.482,190 


862,799.440 


87,576.0.36 62 




1913 


393,232,0.57 


675,517.045 


1.068.749.102 


115.063.687 39 




1914 


478.997,928 


&33,6!)2,449 


1.1 12. 690. .377 


107. 180. .578 33 




1915 


490,«08,X77 


587, 439.. 304 


1.078.248.181 


79.2ft5.9IO 27 




1916 


882. 872,. 502 


642. 077,. 361 


1.424.940.863 


103.940.100 86 




1917 


1,375,758,148 


873,437.426 


2.249.195.574 


147.631.4.54 93 




1918 


1.586.100,792 


962.643.746 


2.548.713.638 


161,595.628 51 




1919 


1,268,765,285 


916,429,335 


2.185.194.620 


158.046.333 87 




1920 


1,286,658,709 


1,064.528.123 


2.351.186.8,32 


187.624.181 77 




1921 


1,210,428,119 


1.240.1.58.882 


2.4.50.587.001 


170.667.683 12 




1922 


763.927.009 


747.804,332 


1.601.731.341 


121.487.393 00 




1923 


945,295.837 


802,670.244 


1.747.875.081 


1.33.803.370 12 




1924 


1.068.763.297 


803.366.867 


1.952.1.30.164 


135.122.344 76 




1925 


1,081,361,643 


796,032,637 


1.878.294.180 


120.122.453 70 




1926 


1,328,700,137 


027.328,7.32 


2.266,028.809 


143,033,110 07 




1927 


1.267,. 573. 142 


1.030. 802. 6a5 


2.298.466,647 


168,066,367 ai 




1928 


1.260.598.034 


1,108,056,466 


2.369.412.763 


171.872,788 00 




1929 


1.388,896,075 


1,265.670.091 


2.664.675.160 


200,470,506 46 



* months, change of fiscal year. 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 2 — Statement showing A(?gregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries 
on the basis of Goods entered for Home Consumption and Exported. 



Fiacal 


United 


United 












Nether* 


Year 


Kingdom 


States 


France 


Germany 


Spain 


Portujjal 


Italy 


lands 




1 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1 


S 


S 


S 


1873 


107,266.624 


89,808,204 


2.055.195 


1.176.478 


502,966 


266. 188 


229,657 


229,770 


1874 


108,083.642 


90,524,060 


2,569,712 


1,022.428 


459,027 


294.007 


236,296 


271,043 


1876 


100,379,969 


80,717,803 


2,154.065 


839,442 


390,784 


236. 790 


214,366 


260.503 


1876 


81,457,737 


78,003,492 


2.394.812 


608,355 


445, 151 


199.195 


183,199 


297.895 


1877 


81,139,708 


77,087.914 


1.730.062 


404,918 


340,757 


175.425 


242.942 


296.860 


1878 


83,372,719 


73.878.437 


1.754,394 


521,580 


325,245 


145.941 


205,171 


266.764 


1879 


67.288,848 


70.904.720 


2,247,066 


552.999 


394,445 


161.258 


181,933 


210.288 


1880 


80,307,286 


62.696.857 


1,928,670 


532.028 


297,245 


201.652 


623,295 


273.837 


1881 


97,335,378 


73.570.337 


2,294,043 


1,019,198 


446,337 


165.487 


234,723 


440.944 


1882 


95.871,802 


96.229.763 


2,922,931 


1.633,118 


570,301 


201,656 


256,841 


613.241 


1883 


99.197,682 


97,701.056 


2,934,210 


1.942.851 


749,897 


243,192 


322,554 


324,800 


1884 


87.154,242 


89.333,366 


2.160,804 


2.171.346 


648,569 


240.235 


322,499 


333,977 


1885 


83,284,482 


86,903,9.35 


2,2.39,890 


2.385.344 


481,910 


227,096 


255,712 


361,879 


1886 


82,143,828 


81,4.36,808 


2,509.581 


2.408,821 


432,540 


301,927 


215,298 


309.559 


1887 


89.534,079 


82,767,265 


2,415,001 


3,672,985 


481,289 


204,671 


245.560 


309.920 


1888 


79,383,705 


91,053,913 


2,642.557 


3,563,106 


427,249 


230,397 


235,816 


332. 169 


1889..;.... 


80,422,515 


94,059,844 


2.562,893 


3,836,173 


420,794 


238,106 


186, 186 


414,302 


1890 


91,743.935 


92,814,783 


2,894,154 


4,286.136 


392,294 


291,811 


244,545 


423,309 


1891 


91,328.384 


94,824,-352 


2.565.877 


4,336,232 


555,917 


191,148 


322,808 


404.532 


1892 


106,254.984 


92,125,599 


2.770.173 


6,526.228 


489,652 


155,479 


490,839 


846, 167 


1893 


107.228,906 


102,144,986 


3.096.164 


4,567.224 


387,861 


135,482 


661,403 


656,427 


1894 


107,258,123 


88,844,040 


3.081.950 


7.887,594 


445,567 


126,469 


511,&31 


625.764 


1895 


92.988.727 


95,932,197 


2,920,456 


5,421,135 


436,580 


115,921 


415,919 


348.164 


1896 


99,670,ft30 


103,022,4.34 


3,392,482 


6,688,990 


445,592 


88,262 


287,676 


439.680 


1897 


106,639,690 


111,022,513 


3,292,047 


7,538,800 


436,984 


88,337 


333,512 


480.531 


1898 


137.499,735 


124,410,926 


5,000,613 


7.421.462 


578,462 


135,154 


495,023 


750.486 


1899 


136,151,978 


138,140,687 


5,447,017 


9.613.025 


593,660 


92,937 


520,684 


872.941 


1900 


152,526.098 


178,463,401 


5,743,272 


10,699.401 


647, 157 


187,801 


405,029 


767.781 


1901 


148,347.120 


182,867,2.38 


6,979,3,52 


9,162,957 


897,893 


181,707 


642,424 


984,840 


1902 


166.5.33,983 


192,004,7.34 


8.061,042 


13,515,747 


856, 793 


234,874 


963,641 


1.195,856 


1903 


190,099,222 


209,389.119 


7,921,647 


14,380,336 


962,497 


293,376 


837, .5.55 


1,889,809 


1904 


179,368,9.50 


223.599.447 


7,804,4.53 


9,994,827 


963,674 


210, a53 


642,891 


1,951,398 


1906 


162,301,480 


240.142,642 


8,570,437 


7,842,068 


779,482 


227.281 


819,610 


1,505,474 


1906 


202, 289, 527 


273,668,593 


9,788.078 


8,8.59,871 


984,477 


218,202 


769,610 


2.004,640 


•1907 


169,717,174 


234,964,509 


8.108,984 


6,541,513 


934,469 


282,622 


807,347 


1.816.967 


1908 


229,443,627 


324,173.325 


11,708,641 


10. .5.37, 6.54 


1,2.33,571 


194,121 


1,131,336 


2,281,420 


1909 


204,428,319 


272.631,127 


11,373,531 


7.5.36.917 


979,536 


171,116 


2,382.112 


2,515,851 


1910 


244,984,407 


336,652.587 


12,750,192 


10.436.421 


1,071,719 


200,253 


1.722.906 


3,947,842 


1911 


246.901,572 


404.3.31.540 


14,345,865 


12.710,3.57 


1.182.690 


274.468 


1.. 341. 418 


3,217.597 


1912 


268.760.435 


476.889.112 


13, 868,. 369 


14,904,919 


1.387.775 


329,9.32 


1.431.913 


4.206,628 


1913 


316,732.000 


608.251,944 


17,944,367 


17,616,941 


1.307.598 


392,391 


2.319.304 


5.851.267 


1914 


354.393.642 


611,245,464 


18,087,097 


19,019,9.59 


1,416,132 


3.32,862 


2.74.5.643 


8.524.262 


1915 


301.919.644 


644,026,253 


23,044.891 


7,248.996 


1.467,128 


1,004,093 


3.313.709 


7.024.085 


1916 


543,1 90. a36 


718,918,685 


42,035.283 


86.304 


1,2.52,023 


264,360 


11.653.559 


3.621.359 


1917 


877.8.34.291 


1,164, 502, .306 


73.134,008 


14.132 


1,240.725 


469.783 


12.695.606 


2.804,307 


1918 


942.397,682 


1.233.297.045 


211.859.127 


27, 181 


907.063 


2.53.298 


4.109.492 


3,517.575 


1919 


633.874.234 


1,224,666,313 


105.993.753 


75 


928,738 


479. 135 


14.585.836 


604,394 


1920 


622.319.367 


1,302,230,817 


72,458.218 


700.081 


2,649.452 


510.409 


17.966,261 


8,048,082 


1921 


528.202,233 


1.416,878,756 


46,660,391 


9.764.721 


7.427,904 


1,994.116 


59,516,787 


24,529,612 


1922 


417,498,536 


820,062,373 


21,730.443 


6.633.097 


2,627.903 


310.170 


16.727,800 


13,594,985 


1923 


521,248,669 


921,337,459 


26,440,012 


12,631,288 


2,674,986 


608.906 


13,791,054 


15,008,356 


1924 


814,747,492 


1,042,899,356 


34,701,358 


21,677,344 


2,461,361 


1,276,897 


20,352,765 


14,886,187 


1926 


548,251,994 


936,964,652 


28.865.521 


31,170.271 


1,946,318 


337.201 


16,075,346 


17,877,961 


1926 


672,997,353 


1,095,671,872 


33,202.810 


40,749,955 


2,918,397 


470,612 


15,399,591 


30,628,787 


1927 


611,961,399 


1.167,002,022 


39.295,797 


49,638,214 


2,783,845 


1,744,483 


26,267.670 


34,189.726 


1928 


606,069,210 


1,218,222,493 


36,511,564 


59,381,143 


3,188,118 


1,664,489 


22,987. 22C 


44,475,273 


1929 


625,702,322 


1,389,279,316 


42,459,443 


67,676,778 


8,407,336 


6,413,334 


27,289,157 


53,482,627 



*9 months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



9 



No. 2 — Statement showing Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries 
on the basis of Goods entered for Home Consumption and Exported — 
Concluded. 



Fiscal Year 



Belgium 



New- 
foundland 



West 
Indies 



South 
America 



China 

and 

Japan 



Switzer- 
land 



Other 
Countries 



Total 



$ 

364,456 
534.153 
337,674 
374,880 
318,724 
805, 692 
219,461 
837,897 
671,267 
645,568 
611,112 
746,528 
551,645 
517,472 
927,580 
505,800 
595,496 
763, 146 
728,120 
573,244 
268,551 
258,692 
693,019 
018,789 
518,218 
204, a54 
168,136 
421,716 
634,592 
156,049 
950, 732 
255,930 
514,994 
175,238 
553, 137 
758.128 
829,033 
139,980 
387.798 
418,641 
829,175 
310,319 
135,322 
394.077 
679,618 
922.426 
956,588 



S 

.609.552 
,657,547 
i, 806, 055 
.675,477 
.753,748 
.767,347 
.280.823 
,002,261 
,175,773 
468,432 
953,273 
701,120 
022,073 
139,301 
072,946 
945.426 
791,496 
655,400 
218,911 
503.963 
247.903 
633,154 
065,046 
333,721 
144,874 
632, 184 
335,323 
804,748 
886,067 
498,482 
714,157 
975,418 
528,326 
972,281 
708,200 
185,987 
190,721 
438,571 
693.035 
126.200 
785.116 
611,551 
726,336 
648,822 
018,908 
436,848 
013,986 



$ 

,163,425 
,086,529 
139,910 
,291,433 
,031,667 
,397,996 
,753,099 
489,257 
962,516 
018,956 
494.291 
726.486 
698,057 
266, 042 
017.593 
870, 149 
138.109 
808. 189 
360.926 
638.846 
390.377 
121.172 
681,622 
707,243 
332, 230 
829,346 
398,902 
202,119 
707,677 
472,747 
021,294 
397,290 
039, .302 
944,179 
935.876 
844.. 390 
626. 749 
284.809 
603. 170 
391,818 
814,4.34 
501 . 695 
507.373 
281 , 199 
937,171 
173,497 
007, 398 



29,610,511 
44,966,473 
16,264,969 
17,689.177 
22,817,813 
21.730,493 
29,846,437 
31,064,887 
30,804,446 
39,466,602 



19,087, 
20,219, 
11,018, 
10,155, 
12,460, 
14,686, 
13,270, 
13,462, 
14,208, 
14,076, 



010 
013 
036 
129 
910 
371 
802 
298 
880 
861 



60,814, 
74,880, 
40,942, 
46.243, 
53,059, 
47,037. 
63,362. 
62,666. 
60,205. 
42.001, 



206 
574 
973 
954 
499 
746 
616 
631 
677 
040 



S 

, 701 . 633 
.686.508 
.064.593 
975. 762 
656.591 
669.804 
745,830 
C73,421 
369,731 
314,779 
954,628 
756,371 
802,042 
111,029 
625,066 
487,240 
813,587 
555.849 
782.950 
905,346 
099,356 
264,677 
610,470 
063, 145 
026,085 
505, 195 
631,635 
423.994 
567.278 
440.987 
532.008 
613.612 
916.171 
425. 735 
814,147 
555.644 
262. 369 
961.629 
482. 760 
363.540 
881.1.35 
046, 555 
708,498 
855,782 
916,441 
438,096 
412,651 



687, 
143. 
608. 
729. 
313, 
443, 
164, 
471. 
672, 
007. 



146 
190 
212 
610 
659 
339 
607 
351 
067 
919 



$ 

.709.856 
,263.728 
694.472 
971.314 
455.755 
486.244 
505.513 
931.457 
430.734 
635.717 
750.642 
970, 541 
528,369 
495,703 
819,584 
261,155 
048,712 
161,816 
202, 102 
300,108 
766,712 
065,768 
906, 574 
339,429 
300,331 
829,890 
194,829 
749, 759 
149,591 
555,466 
440.999 
134.959 
990. 776 
684.769 
001.144 
611.199 
405.402 
892.218 
255,948 
015,357 
137,8.59 
579,724 
159,252 
468,4.57 
951,591 
925,4.52 
977,454 

444,096 

648,491 

389,501 

476,204 

118,675 

412,647 

294,341 

679,059 

499,218 

369,858 



S 

120,514 

139,674 

116,128 

56,168 

69,066 

61,178 

94,781 

94,225 

141,789 

268,093 

336,040 

242,380 

217,666 

203,085 

219, 777 

194,938 

166,905 

316.923 

244.319 

193.033 

258.464 

276.065 

260,040 

332,405 

223, 192 

357,003 

571,526 

529, 976 

603,397 

780, 183 

952,326 

1,392,895 

1.776.405 

2.042,635 

1,609,063 

2,752,443 

2,195,342 

2,614,038 

3,125,583 

3,477,524 

4.312.054 

4.361.520 

3.995.701 

4.504,220 

5,172,711 

3,154,564 

1,788,682 



248,533 
594,889 
039,392 
272,283 
729,609 
670,661 
694,925 
104,064 
116,576 
477,906 



1,099.998 

927.743 

1.153.082 

1.764.483 

1.471.734 

1,366.532 

1.291.709 

1,314,429 

1,644,170 

2,134,932 

1,706,595 

2,078,676 

1,989,280 

2,363,014 

2,841,913 

2,016,480 

3,167,496 

3,162,393 

3,685,842 

5,168,657 

4,465,666 

4,220,266 

3,059,444 

3, 771, 45-1 

5,882,830 

4,201.156 

5.215.018 

6,726.187 

7,113,487 

11,161,301 

11,255,103 

13,679,770 

12.288.038 

14.119.602 

11.7.36.927 

19.023.736 

19.189.991 

22,093,973 

27,293.881 

29.227.277 

40.573.517 

39.513.952 

39.966.900 

49.775.697 

43.823.976 

62.294,192 

93.816.383 

142,512,643 

138.159.861 

72.212.951 

96.077,994 

119,639,239 

124,923,661 

143,365,764 

146,204,302 

161,968,236 

189,466,669 



217,304,616 
216,756,097 
197,5a5.636 
175,699,653 
172,175,876 
170,. 523. 244 
151.832,863 
159.693.807 
189.902,420 
214,786,133 
221,222,820 
199,587,140 
191,948,388 
184,854,009 
195,155,200 
193,050,143 
198,862,817 
209,514,733 
211,762,420 
230,942,318 
240,269.382 
230.618,932 
218.891.312 
231.601,334 
249.244,274 
294.850.689 
312.948,498 
372.699,039 
377,725,620 
414,431,881 
4.59,640,240 
464,985,567 
465,242,426 
546,947,437 
462,532,079 
638,435,222 
559,718,116 
677,191,545 
759,147,683 
862,799.440 
1.068.749.102 
1.112.690.377 
1.078.248,181 
1.424.949.863 
2.249.195,574 
2.548.713.638 
2,185.194,620 

2,361.186,832 

2.450.587,001 

1.501.731,341 

1,747.875,081 

1,952,130,164 

1,878,294.180 

2.256.028,869 

2,298,554,500 

2,359.412,763 

2,664,576.166 



*9 months. 



11 



10 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 3 — Statement showing Value of Exports by Countries 



Fiscal Year 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



France 



Germany 



Spain 



Portugal 



Italy 



Nether- 
lands 



1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1001.. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
•1907 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 

1918. 

1919 

1920. 

1«21. 

1922 

1923 

1924. 

1925 

1926. 

1927. 

]«». 

1«2». 



38 

45 

40 

40 

41 

45 

36 

45 

53 

45 

47 

43 

41 

41 

44 

40 

38 

48 

49 

M 

64 

68 

61 

66 

77 

104 

99 

107 

105 

117 

131 

117 

101 

133 

105 

134 

133 

149 

136 

151 

177 

222 

211 

463 

756 



,743,848 
,003,882 
,032,902 
,723,477 
,567.469 
,941,539 
,295,718 
,846,062 
,571,570 
,274,461 
,145,217 
,736,227 
,877,705 
,542,629 
,571,846 
,084,984 
,105.126 
,353.694 
,280,858 
,906,549 
,080,493 
,538,856 
,856,990 
690,288 
,227.502 
,998,818 
091,855 
736,368 
,328,956 
,320,221 
,202,321 
,591,376 
,958.771 
,094,937 
,135,801 
,484,156 
745,375 
634,107 
965,111 
853,413 
982,002 
322. 766 
758.863 
081.241 
071.077 



861.073,399 
560,839,116 
495,960,118 
314,228,671 
300.363,193 
379,918,626 
361,160.802 
397, 168.048 
500.266.143 
448.022.334 
412.763.353 
431,600,041 



42.072.526 
36.244.311 
29.911.983 
31,933,459 
25,775.245 
25,244,898 
27.165,501 
33.349.909 
36.866.225 
47.910.711 
41.668.723 
38.840.540 
39. 752. 734 
36.578.769 
37.660.199 
42.572,065 
43.522,404 
40.522.810 
41.138.695 
38.988.027 
43.923. OIC 
35.809.940 
41.297,676 
44,448.410 
49,373.472 
45.705.336 
45.133.521 
68.619.023 
72.382.230 
71.197.684 
71.783.924 
72.772.932 
77,404,071 
97,806.552 
79.021.480 
113.520.500 
92.604.357 
113.150.778 
119.396.801 
120.534.634 
167.110,382 
200.459.373 
215.409.326 
320.225.080 
486,870,690 

441,390,920 

477,745.659 

501.130.117 

560.701.936 

304.104,177 

380.347.721 

441.&12.909 

427,184.643 

485.952,235 

479,331,980 

496,786,256 

521.267,067 



31,907 

267,212 

212,767 

553,935 

319,330 

369.391 

714.875 

812,829 

662,711 

825,. 573 

617.730 

390,955 

303,309 

534,363 

341,531 

397, 773 

334,210 

278,552 

253,734 

367.539 

264.047 

544.986 

335.282 

581,540 

690,696 

1,025,262 

1,557,722 

1,374,770 

1,581,331 

1,388,848 

1,341,618 

1,597,928 

1,511,298 

2,120,091 

1,409,572 

1,806,732 

3.176,096 

2.640.648 

2.782.092 

2.123.705 

2.564.603 

3.810.562 

14.595.705 

36.085.813 

66,652,910 



206,585, 
102,360, 
61,827, 
27,522, 
8,248, 
14, 175, 
18,933, 
10,404, 
14,051, 
15,303, 
10,037. 
16,243, 



063 
853 
3.53 
329 
438 
091 
507 
896 
111 
475 
832 
747 



76,553 

65,511 

91,019 

125.768 

34,324 

122,254 

112,090 

82.237 

84.932 

153.114 

133.697 

195. 575 

264.075 

253.298 

437.536 

198.543 

143.603 

507, 143 

532.142 

942.698 

750.461 

2,046.052 

620,976 

757.531 

2,045,432 

2,837,448 

2.219.569 

1,715,903 

1,141,552 

1,692,578 

2,097,699 

1,819,223 

1,146,654 

1,872,557 

1,006,605 

2,374,607 

1,476,. 552 

2,501,191 

2,663,017 

3,814,914 

3, 402, .394 

4,433,736 

2,162,010 



655,826 
8,217,036 
4,692,081 
10,062,879 
16,294,838 
24,382,660 
.30,763,192 
.34,608,076 
42, 325,. 345 
46,879,095 



25,060 

960 

7,300 

9,417 

62,659 

47,816 

50,596 

60,727 

46,653 

108,082 

164,925 

144,092 

132.695 

.53.075 

72.020 

52,317 

13,526 

69,788 

67, lie 

93,476 

44,355 

56,274 

34,101 

83,814 

50,452 

89,675 

59, 178 

86,456 

155,354 

161,823 

138,553 

98,578 

50,223 

55,686 

48,315 

106,594 

45,682 

51,944 

27,943 

114,564 

48,628 

63,999 

489,680 

634,998 

331,179 

98,266 

213,095 

1,108,904 

5,110,725 

848,495 

978,076 

794,792 

178,096 

832,547 

643, C22 

615,968 

6.704.260 



191,166 

193,463 

170,784 

127,540 

129,960 

104,028 

135,748 

165,885 

108,594 

149, 744 

179,843 

172, 25i 

166, 730 

245,450 

146,528 

155,821 

166,021 

207,777 

120,611 

102,370 

83,001 

79,363 

58,781 

41,666 

36,745 

87,835 

29,641 

115,016 

85,403 

105,495 

164,184 

109,340 

128,993 

89,598 

154,438 

46,865 

48,833 

59,731 

88,088 

70,390 

49,142 

55,481 

788,485 

66,726 

209,689 



177,232 
190,211 
170,406 
142,787 
213,692 
151,861 
148,472 
163,787 
145,997 
163,755 
218,113 
247,151 
147,550 
108,601 
125,681 
55,090 
60,062 
81,069 
90,999 
149,280 
87,387 
109,188 
34,325 
66,759 
108,627 
73,765 
125,265 
260,456 
315,063 
236,899 
295.770 
240,963 
198,973 
215,855 
352,842 
349,839 
620,773 
829,508 
379,270 
285,091 
605,719 
655,256 
840.910 
733,288 
468,599 



14, 

367, 

197, 

1,476, 

87, 

384, 

1,015, 

9, 

121, 

1.273, 

942, 

5,735, 



3,338, 
14,030, 
16,967, 
57,771, 
16,340, 
12,189, 
18,602, 
14,144, 
12,801. 
22,823, 
18,745. 
23,028, 



305 
724 
221 
457 
430 
829 
921 
853 
832 
608 
418 
832 



13,142 

14,905 

28,724 

30,816 

94,303 

63,750 

9.713 

102,592 

215,754 

365,198 

27,599 

15,600 

24,094 

7,587 

14,869 

378 

1,222 

1,042 

14,741 

667,879 

282,569 

281,058 

140,264 

139,828 

104,422 

376,439 

372,548 

188,199 

187,378 

320,241 

619,329 

1,035,327 

550,821 

824,768 

814,977 

855,085 

1,242,7.30 

1,937,852 

1,397,019 

1,782,726 

2,741,713 

5,5C8,80« 

5,254,829 

2,563,626 

1,569.314 

2,463,309 
108,985 

.5,781,913 
20,291,821 

9,602,038 
10,727,688 

0,525,207 
12,705,119 
23,764,224 
26,446,067 
35,681,234 
44,465,864 



*9 months 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 11 

No. 3 — Statement showing the Value of Exports by Countries — Concludied 



Fiscal Year 



New- 
Belgium foundiand 



West 
Indies 



South 
America 



China 

and 
Japan 



Australia 



Other 
Countries 



Total 



17, 

240, 

59, 

13, 

66. 

49, 

40, 

688, 

258. 

142. 

195. 

287. 

72. 

6. 

223, 

17. 

64, 

41. 

72. 

56. 

669, 

708, 

251. 

98. 

354. 

973. 

849, 

1,197. 

2,806. 

2,444. 

2, 1.50. 

1,126, 

1,739, 

1,565, 

1,857, 

3,377, 

3,927, 

2,900. 

2,773, 

3,732, 

4,808, 

4,819, 

3,259, 

334, 

664, 

4,909, 



754 
494 
563 
825 
912 
998 
430 
811 
433 
358 
705 
378 
385 
565 
729 
057 
756 
814 
672 
212 
040 
455 
402 
031 
584 
944 
413 
798 
142 
450 
505 
417 
807 
166 
958 
479 
445 
092 
444 
222 
997 
843 
359 
762 
722 
453 



950,318 
28,599,104 
40,273,105 
12,419,251 
12,594,390 
17,473,040 
16,662,627 
22,893,264 
21,401,579 
20,906,209 
27,451,064 



800,555 
569,079 
£01,831 
900,891 
112,106 
094,682 
641,417 
510,300 
523.469 
974,923 
187.338 
920,450 
670,968 
754,980 
718,604 
523,827 
303,335 
185,739 
467.908 
750.714 
594,6.33 
818,592 
325. 196 
782,309 
692,798 
167.860 
808.317 
144.070 
260,499 
381,082 
516,576 
898, 751 
473.713 
213.856 
244.469 
408.518 
552,293 
970.952 
874,775 
284.313 
728, 142 
770.200 
481.176 
071,038 
871,100 
489,321 

915, 152 

940,596 

332,810 

626.010 

756,403 

975. 99C 

043.209 

655,670 

593,697 

111,355 

562,455 



.988,493 
,778,796 
,945,506 
675.320 
788.858 
414,147 
500,670 
544.103 
147, 369 
995,572 
125,031 
119,569 
535.283 
121,570 
075,411 
601,486 
759,455 
719.141 
122.770 
546. 559 
145.708 
443,761 
725,426 
810,817 
643,360 
749,080 
043,963 
870,343 
905,937 
298,912 
642, 176 
583.475 
401.115 
575.212 
527, 153 
543,889 
534,446 
948,245 
567,307 
900.940 
237,468 
997.711 
418,479 
403.078 
192.467 
921,116 



16.706.634 
20,274,469 
21,562,715 



677,062 
416,128 
482.895 
584,987 
314,901 
031.721 
067,837 
026,719 



1,285,434 
1,212.978 
785. 797 
688,209 
651.625 
654.357 
741.442 
789, 940 
732,111 
941,162 
489.957 
277,383 
461,206 
010,034 
426.660 
510.637 
488.999 
551,887 
063.172 
027.525 
326, 743 
392,285 
3C3.474 
496,118 
405,359 
060,420 
456. 051 
431,107 
519, 190 
781,913 
542,056 
456,608 
880,552 
623,065 
584,329 
467.584 
478.476 
744, 524 
149,771 
825,030 
.352.278 
026.. 398 
114,. 370 
125.374 
609,604 
159,709 



975, 55C 
589,853 
786,847 



46,466 

39,222 

37,046 

23,075 

37, 149 

102,568 

56,551 

37,546 

19, 761 

106.675 

105,388 

60,979 

29,918 

63,118 

69, 196 

132,448 

84,174 

61,751 

78,791 

283,251 

341,140 

540,849 

378, 160 

668,011 

903,922 

511,919 

425.350 

368,615 

699,569 

570,586 

501,057 

568,983 

l,520,a53 

1,467,252 

890,425 

1,705,901 

1,778.666 

1,910,724 

1,149,810 

902,375 

1,881,558 

2,062,246 

1,333,404 

1,534,722 

1,700.514 

7,333,243 

15,404,866 

14,601.580 

11.390.321 



884, 
622, 
495, 
347, 
980, 
510, 
284, 
534, 



181 
959 
169 
608 
699 
306 
727 
843 



16.781, 
19.804. 
40.100, 
29.897, 
59, 182. 
43.467, 
46,421, 
66,353. 



41,822 

98,733 

181,938 

79.643 

185,610 

370, 723 

290,762 

139,901 

146,363 

340,606 

375,065 

502,181 

415,887 

259,960 

269,471 

446,019 

661,208 

471,028 

589,100 

436,603 

288,352 

322, 745 

417,124 

517,258 

1,418.289 

1,630,714 

1,506,138 

1,626,441 

2,311,405 

2,586,554 

2,929,861 

2,622,756 

2,194.223 

2.082.219 

1.998,968 

2,873,461 

2.769,049 

3,583,447 

3,925,592 

3,947,015 

3,996,387 

4,705,822 

5,552,686 

7,773,209 

6,576,725 

8,676,257 

14,172.817 

11,538,966 

18,171,685 

10.687,484 

18,818.681 

19,937.836 

12,040,123 

15,418,236 

18,975.110 

14,193,029 

19.480,023 



277,954 

432, 171 

349,411 

938,273 

836, 151 

651,655 

587,270 

616,829 

580,881 

655,267 

451,473 

496,264 

383,822 

711,315 

362,540 

454,555 

481,051 

695,924 

523,993 

744,693 

683,413 

832,545 

853,626 

841,472 

894,593 

864,168 

1,218,374 

2,160,158 

1,807,623 

5.153.000 

3.924.050 

4. 898, .578 

4,157,605 

3,979,816 

3,169,865 

6,085,396 

7,511,386 

7,494,786 

10.056.325 

10.145,918 

12,722,644 

14,305,729 

15,349,595 

23,249,547 

21,969,558 

22,716,473 

38,866,070 

96.485.192 

88.589.767 

36,674,312 

49,498,095 

67,427,793 

81,517.650 

89.701.926 

87,241,633 

88.715.879 

117.502,596 



89 

89 

77, 

80 

75, 

79, 

71, 

87, 

98, 

102, 

98, 

91, 

89, 

85, 

89, 

90, 

89, 

96, 

98, 

113, 

118, 

117, 

113, 

121, 

137, 

164. 

158. 

191, 

196, 

211. 

225, 

213, 

203, 

256, 

205 

280 

261 

301 

297 

315 

393 

478, 

490, 

882, 

1,375, 

1,586, 



789,922 
351.928 
886.979 
966,435 
,875,393 
,323,667 
,491,255 
,911,453 
.290.828 
.137,203 
.085,804 
,406,496 
,238,361 
,251,314 
,515,811 
,203,000 
, 189, 167 
, 749, 149 
,417.296 
,963,375 
,564,352 
,524,949 
,638,803 
,013,852 
,950,253 
152,683 
,896,905 
894,723 
487.632 
640.286 
849,724 
521,235 
316,872 
586,630 
277,197 
006,606 
512, 159 
358,529 
196,365 
317,250 
232.057 
997.928 
808.877 
872.502 
758.148 
169.792 



1,268.765,285 
1,286,658,700 
1,210,428,119 
753,927,009 
945,295,837 
1,058,763,297 
1,081,361,643 
1,328.700,137 
1,267.573.142 
1,250,598.034 
1.388.896.075 



*9 months. 



12 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 4 — Statement showing the Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption , 

by Countries 



Fiscal Year 



United 
Kingdom 



United 

States 



France 



Germany 



Spain 



Portugal 



Italy 



Nether- 
lands 



1873.. 
1874. . 
1875.. 
1876.. 
1877.. 
1878. . 
1879.. 
1880.. 
1881.. 
1882.. 
1883.. 
1884.. 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890.. 
1891.. 
1892.. 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895. . 
1896. . 
1897. . 
1898.. 
1899. . 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906.. 
•1907. 
1908.. 
1909.. 
1910.. 
1911.. 
1912.. 
1913.. 
1914.. 
1915.. 
1916.. 
1917.. 



1918. 
1919. 
1920. 
1921. 
1922. 
1923. 
1924. 
1925. 
1926. 
1927. 
1928. 
1929. 



68, 
63, 
60, 
40, 
39, 
37, 
30, 
34, 
43, 
50, 
52, 
43 
41, 
40, 
44 
39 
42, 
43, 
42, 
41. 
43, 
38 
31 
32, 
29 
32 
37, 
44 
43, 
49 
58 
61 
60 
69 
64 
94 
70 
95 
109 
116 
138 
132 
80 
90 
121 



I 

,522,776 
076,437 
347,067 
734,260 
,572,239 
431,180 
993,130 
461,224 
583,808 
597,341 
052,465 
,418,015 
,406,777 
,601,199 
,962,233 
,298,721 
,317,389 
390,241 
,047,526 
348,435 
,148,413 
,717,267 
,131.737 
,979,742 
,412,188 
,500,917 
,060,123 
,789.730 
,018,164 
,213,762 
,896,901 
,777,574 
,342,70!) 
,194,588 
,58I,3V3 
,9.59,471 
,682.944 
,350,300 
,936,462 
,907,022 
,749,998 
,070,876 
,160,781 
,108.79') 
,763.214 



81,324,283 
73,035,118 
126,359,249 
213,973,562 
117,135,343 
141,330,143 
153,586,690 
151,083,946 
163,731,210 
163,939,06.^ 
185,895,857 
194,041,381 



47, 7.%, 678 
54,283.072 
50,805,820 
46,070.033 
51,312,669 
48,631,739 
43,739,219 
29,346,948 
36,704.112 
48,289,052 
56,032,3.33 
50,492,826 
47,151,201 
44,858,030 
45,107,066 
48,481,848 
50,537,440 
52,291.973 
53,685,657 
53,137,572 
58,221,976 
53.034,100 
54,634,521 
58,574,024 
61,649,041 

78, 705, rm 

93,007,166 
109.844,378 
110.485.008 
120,807,050 
137,605.19.5 
150.826,51.5 
162. 738.. ')7] 
175.802,071 
1.55. 943, 02G 
210,652.825 
180. 026,. 550 
223,501,809 
284,934,739 
356.354,478 
441,141,562 
410,786,091 
428.616,927 
398,693,720 
677,631,616 

791,906,125 

746,920,654 

801,100,700 

856.176,820 

515,958,196 

540,989,738 

601,2.56,447 

509,780,009 

608,618,542 

687, 022,. 521 

719.436,237 

868,012,229 



2,023,288 
2,302,500 
1.941,298 
1.840,877 
1,410,732 
1,385,003 
1,532,191 
1,115,841 
1,631,332 
2,097,358 
2,316,480 
1,769,849 
1,935,581 
1,975,218 
2.073.4/0 
2.244.784 
2.228,683 
2,615,602 
2,312,143 
2.402.634 
2.832.117 
2.536.964 
2,585,174 
2.810,942 
2,601,351 
3,975,351 
3,889,29f 
4,368,502 
5,398,021 
6,672,194 
6,580,029 
b, 206,. 52,5 
7,a59,139 
7,667,98/ 
6,699,412 
9,901.90(1 
8,197,43.5 
10. 109.. 544 
11,563.773 
11.744,664 
15,379.764 
14, 276. .535 
8,449,186 
5,949,470 
6,481,098 

5,274,064 

3,632,900 

10,630,865 

19,138,062 

13,482.005 

12,264,921 

15,767,851 

18,460,625 

19,151,6£9 

23,992,322 

26,473.732 

26,215,696 



1,099,925 

956,917 

748,423 

482,. 587 

370.594 

399.326 

440,909 

449,791 

934,266 

1,480,004 

1,809,154 

1,975,771 

2,121,269 

2,155,-523 

3,235,449 

3,364,563 

3,692,.57C 

3,778,993 

3,804,090 

5,583,530 

3,825.763 

5,841,542 

4,794,159 

5,931,459 

6.493,368 

5,584,014 

7,393,456 

8,383,498 

7.021,405 

10,823,169 

12,282,637 

8,17.5.604 

6,695,414 

6.987.314 

5,474,908 

8.163.04 

6. 050.. 36 

7,935,2,30 

10. 047.. 340 

11.090.0a= 

14. 214. .547 

14.. 586. 223 

5.086.986 

86,304 

14,132 



27, 181 
75 

44,255 
547,685 
041,016 
568,409 
382,506 
787.611 
986.763 
030,138 
055.798 
,797,683 



I 

477.886 
458.067 
383.484 
436,034 
278,098 
277,429 
343,849 
236,518 
399,684 
462,219 
584,972 
504,477 
349,215 
379,465 
4C9.269 
374.932 
407.268 
322,506 
488,807 
396, 173 
343,. 506 
389,296 
402,479 
361,778 
386,532 
488,787 
534.482 
560.701 
742,539 
694,970 
82;j,944 
865,096 
729,259 
928.791 
886, 154 
1,126,97 
9.33.854 
1.019.775 
1,1.54,747 
1,273,211 
1,258.970 
1.3.52.133 
977.448 
617.025 
909.546 

808,807 

697,643 

1,540.548 

2.317,179 

1.779,408 

1,696,910 

1.666.569 

1.768,222 

2.085.850 

2.220.823 

2.572.150 

2.703.075 



I 

75.032 

100.544 

66.006 

71.655 

45,465 

41,913 

25,510 

35.767 

56.893 

51.912 

63.349 

67,983 

60,366 

56,477 

58, 143 

74,576 

72,085 

84,034 

70,537 

53,109 

52,481 

47, 106 

57,140 

46, 696 

45, 592 

47,319 

63,296 

72, 785 

96,304 

129,379 

129, 192 

100,713 

98,288 

128,604 

128,084 

147,2.56 

122.283 

140.522 

186,380 

2.59,542 

343,249 

277.381 

215,608 

207,634 

260.094 

238,420 

111.689 

312,912 

617,222 

222,506 

124,028 

260,401 

327.788 

348.817 

471.026 

722,279 

678,030 



S 

52,42.5 

46.085 

43.958 

40.412 

29.250 

53.310 

33,461 

459,508 

88,726 

93.086 

104,441 

75,348 

108,162 

106,697 

119.889 

180,726 

126,124 

163,486 

241,809 

341,. 559 

170,564 

402,443 

381,594 

230,917 

224,885 

421,2.58 

395.. 599 

144,573 

327,361 

726,742 

541,785 

401,828 

620.63 

553,755 

454,50c 

781.497 

761.339 

893,398 

962, 148 

1,146,822 

1,713.58.5 

2.090,387 

1,472.799 

920.271 

1.227.007 

771,187 

555, 112 

999,040 

1,745,330 

1,387,370 

1,601,225 

1.849,844 

1.930,492 

2.597,759 

3.444.062 

4.241,802 

4,260.325 



t 

216.628 

256.138 

231.779 

267.079 

202.557 

213.014 

200,575 

171.245 

225,190 

248,043 

297,201 

318,477 

337,785 

301,972 

295,061 

331,791 

414,080 

422,267 

389,791 

278,288 

373.858 

344,706 

243,900 

299.852 

376. 109 

374.047 

500,393 

579,582 

797,462 

875,615 

1,270,540 

916,071 

954,653 

1.179.892 

1.001,990 

1.426,335 

1,273,121 

2,009,990 

1,820.578 

2,423,902 

3,109.554 

3.015,456 

1,769,256 

1,057.733 

1.234.993 

1.054.176 

495.409 

2.266.169 

4,237,791 

4.002.047 

4.970.668 

5.359,980 

5.082.842 

6.864.563 

7.693,668 

8.794,049 

9,016,763 



* 9 montbs. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



13 



No. 4 — Statement showing Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 

by Countries — Concluded 



Fiscal Year 


Belgium 


New- 
foundland 


West 
Indies 


South 
America 


China 

and 

Japan 


Switzer- 
land 


Other 
Countries 


Total 


1873 


S 

346.702 

293,659 

278,311 

361. a5o 

251,812 

255,694 

179,031 

149.086 

412.834 

.503.210 

415.407 

4.59, 150 

479.260 

510,907 

703.851 

488,743 

530,740 

721,332 

655,448 

517, a32 

599.511 

550.237 

441.617 

920,758 

1,163,6.32 

1,230.110 

2.318.723 

3,223.918 

3.828.4.50 

1.711,599 

2,800.182 

3.129.513 

1.775.187 

2.610.072 

1.695.179 

2.380.649 

1.901.588 

3.239.888 

3.614.3.54 

3.686.419 

4.020.178 

4,490.476 

1,87.5,963 

59,315 

14.896 

12.973 

6.270 

911.407 

4.693.3e8 

3,845,718 

4.994,787 

5,344,773 

5,067.866 

6,953.173 

9.663.308 

9,898.237 

12,0!4.U8 


$ 

1,808,997 
1.088,468 
904,224 
774,586 
641,642 
672,665 
639,406 
581.961 
652,304 
493.509 
765.935 
780.670 
351.105 
384.321 
354.342 
421.599 
488. 161 
469.711 
751.003 
753.249 
653.270 
814.562 
739.850 
551.412 

4.52. ova 

464.324 
527.006 
660.678 
625.568 
1.117,400 
1,197,581 
1,076,667 
1,054.613 
1,758.425 
1.463.731 
1.777.469 
1.638.428 
1.467.619 
1.818.260 
1.841.887 
2.056.974 
1.841.3.51 
1.245.160 
1.577.784 
2.147.808 

2.947.527 

3.098.834 

2.146.414 

2.886.203 

1.392.026 

1.398.726 

1.474.920 

1.643.162 

1.616.132 

1,868.601 

2.097.525 

2.513.406 


$ 
2.174.932 
2.307.733 
2.194.404 
1.616.113 
1.242.809 
1.033.846 
1.252.429 
2.945.154 
3.815,147 
4.023.384 
4,369.260 
3.606.917 
3.162.774 
3.144.472 
1.942.182 
3.268.663 
3.378,654 
3,089,048 
3.238.156 
4.092.287 
4.244.669 
3.677.411 
4.794.020 
1.896.426 
1.678.870 
1.080.266 
1.354.939 
1.331,776 
1,801,740 
2.173.8.35 
2.379.275 
4.813.815 
5.638.187 
6.591.08:} 
3.406,723 
8,300.501 
8.092.303 
7.366.564 
9.035.863 
8.490.878 
10,576.966 
11,503,984 
11.088,894 
11.878.121 
18.744.704 

18.252.381 

16.300.764 

40.539.737 

53,317,859 

25,285,911 

29,827.826 

33,576,604 

25,460,658 

28,037.625 

28.634.810 

26,137.740 

21.974,321 


I 

416.199 

473.530 

278.796 

287.553 

4.971 

15,447 

4,388 

283,481 

637,620 

1,373.617 

1.464.671 

1.478.988 

1.340.836 

1.100.995 

1.198.406 

876.603 

1.324.588 

1.003,962 

719,778 

877,821 

772,613 

872,392 

469, 172 

567,027 

620,250 

1,425,653 

1.175.584 

992.887 

1.048.088 

1.6.59.074 

1.989.9.52 

3.157.004 

4,0.15.619 

5.869.075 

5.229,818 

3,088,060 

4,783.893 

6.217.105 

7.334.136 

10.. 5.33. 310 

10.. 528. 857 

9.020.157 

9.594.128 

12.7.30.408 

13.306.837 

12.278.387 

13.437.101 

19.097.293 

19,356.073 

17.724.031 

16.106.651 

16,818,490 

20,095,731 

17,183,908 

19,961.045 

.?2. 387. 330 

26.473.076 


% 

1.663.390 
1,224.506 
657.426 
948,239 
418.606 
383,676 
448,962 
893,911 
1,410,973 
1,529,042 
1.645,254 
1.909,562 
2,493,451 
2,432,585 
2,750,388 
2,128.707 
1.964.538 
2.100.065 
2.123.311 
3.016,857 
2.425,572 
2.2.54.919 
2.528.414 
2.671,418 
2,396,409 
2,317,971 
2,769,499 
2.381.144 
2.4.50,022 
1,984.876 
1.939,942 
2.565.976 
2.470.723 
2.217.517 
2,110,719 
2,905,298 
2,626,736 
2,981.494 
3.106.138 
3.112.982 
4,256.301 
3.517,478 
3,825.848 
4.933.735 
9,251,077 

13,592,209 

15,572,588 

14,842,516 

13,258,170 

9,608,208 

8,671,707 

9,018,573 

9,514,936 

12,112,069 

16,211,972 

15.077,826 

16.016.618 


$ 

120,514 

139,674 

116,128 

56,168 

69,066 

61.178 

94.781 

94.225 

141.789 

268.093 

336.040 

242.380 

217.666 

203.085 

219.7/7 

193.838 

166.890 

316.523 

244.319 

192.365 

258,464 

274.825 

259.400 

332. 120 

222.173 

349.678 

568.768 

529,176 

602.658 

765.010 

944.727 

1,389.000 

1.766.991 

2.012.405 

1.604.692 

2.734.779 

2,188.265 

2,603,858 

^,102,910 

3,458.006 

4.296.702 

4.314.805 

3.979,256 

3,525,117 

4,499,321 

3,146,482 

1.780,812 

7,758,051 

14,143,448 

8,671,608 

7,726,656 

8,420.673 

7,801,575 

7,462,608 

9,491,779 

8,5e5,6n 

7.»17,445 


% 

780,222 

396,839 

621,733 

746,567 

449,973 

344,154 

413,767 

557,689 

916,926 

l,139.a57 

880.057 

1.080.231 

1,189,571 

1,361,739 

2,209,902 

1.117,006 

2,025,237 

1.995.841 

2.572.749 

3.988.029 

3.782.253 

3.066.216 

1.789.334 

2.413,009 

3,571,545 

1,732,721 

2,493,264 

2,940,988 

2,995,198 

3,4.36.920 

4,408,634 

6,062,331 

5,945,564 

6,799,228 

6,574,479 

10,082,543 

8,926,853 

11,025,920 

13,333,490 

15,159,062 

23,869,838 

20,549,116 

19,081,064 

19,731.929 

15.951.083 

30.909.544 

40.784.366 

35.978,967 

32,850,110 

25,288,939 

28,306,849 

33.582.546 

32.127.074 

40.679,014 

41,247.366 

49.670.227 

63.044.510 


% 

127.514,594 
127,404,169 
119,618,657 
94,733,218 
96,300,483 
91,199,577 
80,341.608 
71,782,349 
91 611 (WU 


1874 


1875 


18; 6 


1877 


1878 


1879 


1880 


1881 


1882 

1883 


112,648,927 
123.137.019 
108.180.644 
102.710.019 
99.602.694 
105.639.428 
102.847.100 
109.673.447 
112.765,584 
113.345.124 
116.978.943 
121.705.030 
113.093.983 
105.2.52.511 
110.587.480 
111.294.021 
130.698.006 
154.a51.593 
180.804.316 
181.237.988 
202.791.595 
233. 790. .516 
251.464.332 
261.925.554 
290.360.807 
257.2.54.882 
358.428.616 
298 205.957 
375.833.016 
461.951.318 
547.482.190 
675.517.045 
633.692.449 
587.439.304 
542.077.361 
873.437.426 

962,643.746 

916.429,335 

1,064,528.123 

1.240.168.882 

747,804,332 

802.579.244 

893.366.867 

796.932.537 

927.328.732 

1.030.892.505 

1.108.966.466 

1.265.679.091 


1884 


188.5 


1886 

1887 


1888 


1889 


1890 


1891 


1892 . ... 


1893 


1894 


1895 


1896 


1897 


1^98 


18S9 


19C0 


1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 


1905 

1906 

•1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 


1911 


1912 

1913 


1914 

1915 

1916 


1917.. 


1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 


1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 


1927 

1928 

19» 



* 9 months. 



14 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
No. 5 — Statement showing Duty collected by Countries 



Fiscal 
Year 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
Htatcs 



France 



Germany 



Spain 



Portugal 



Italy 



Nether- 
lands 



1873.. 

1874.. 

1875.. 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882.. 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1888.. 

1889.. 

ISoO.. 

1891.. 

1892.. 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895.. 

1896... 

1897... 

1898.. 

1899... 

1900... 

1901... 

1902... 

1903... 

1904.. 

1905... 

1906... 

•1907.. 

1908... 

1909... 

1910... 

1911... 

1912.. 

1913... 

1914... 

1915.. 

1916... 

1917... 

1918... 

1919... 

1920.. 

1921.. 

1922... 

1923.. 

1924... 

1925... 

1926... 

1927.. 

1928.. 

1929... 



f cts. 

398,460 17 
7,867.481 41 
8.881.997 81 
6,075,759 82 
6.377,596 23 
6,445,995 38 
5,561,933 02 
6,737,977 05 
8.772,949 97 
10,011,81100 
9,897,785 16 
8,001,370 74 
7,617,249 45 
7,817,357 45 
9,318,920 08 
8,972,739 84 
9,40.5,243 70 
9,576,965 75 
9,114,271 75 
9,074.200 71 
9,498,747 08 
8,245,845 87 
7,006.676 58 
7,358,514 15 
6.205,366 80 
6,649,428 60 
7,328,191 92 
8,074,541 07 
7,845,406 49 
8,424,693 04 
9.841.627 33 
10,338.017 31 
11.171.01004 
12,944.249 3." 
11.823.197 06 
17.265.293 25 
13,449,341 99 
18,032,629 10 
20,756.810 71 
22,367,039 82 
27,158,162 29 
25,816,854 15 
18,447..534 18 
14,782.858 14 



18,801,123 35 
14,077,045 20 
11,164,989 99 
20,.563.024 47 
35,615,766 12 
23,585,155 14 
28,424,485 40 
28,136,459 19 
27,543,640 17 
30,1.34,249 71 
32,330,634 01 
38,377,.'S22 19 
39,980.680 22 



2,966, 

3,695, 

3.860. 

4.117. 

4,426, 

4,794, 

5,529, 

4.521. 

5.657. 

7,082, 

8,158, 

7,420, 

6,636, 

6,790, 

7,299, 

7,131, 

7,413, 

8,220, 

7,709, 

7.814, 

7,636, 

6,960, 

6,897, 

7,767, 

8,147, 

9.941, 

11,713, 

13.491. 

13.411, 

15, 1.55, 

17,069, 

19,5.54, 

20,580, 

22.187, 

19,084, 

27,1.32, 

22.526, 

29.515. 

37.8.54. 

49.177. 

68,929. 

61.895, 

42,335, 

49,908, 



Ct8. 

119 34 
564 03 
877 10 
223 40 

394 79 
599 63 
150 64 
311 08 
292 7f 
722 29 
023 35 
461 79 
405 83 
080 76 
591 68 
006 28 
3.54 83 
299 55 
318 12 
666 93 
075 81 
950 68 

395 04 
992 63 
075 10 
624 48 
858 94 
872 86 
749 58 
136 39 

,881 19 
585 54 
301 56 
102 94 
738 46 
543 26 
806 65 
836 43 
727 80 
584 32 
805 04 
167 68 
574 74 
888 80 



75 
88 
87 
112 
110 
71, 
74, 
79, 
66, 
80, 
90, 
97. 
122, 



.516,313 64 
,018.758 84 
,079,923 49 
,359.727 73 
,366,769 74 
,864,841 71 
,779,233 75 
345,249 74 
317,496 83 
816,739 34 
779,661 28 
124.431 06 
779,384 44 



S cts. 

627,831 95 

744,059 19 

604,092 47 

723,368 24 

480,340 56 

400,600 04 

501,747 90 

427,937 89 

597,948 79 

742,774 93 

824,963 17 

645, 152 71 

650,515 29 

735,666 52 

699,840 07 

796,242 70 

854,805 00 

957,312 22 

932,032 53 

931,044 99 

,058.095 75 

,019.568 12 

985.945 8; 

.020.804 74 

969.539 64 

.183.890 30 

.300.876 3^ 

.428,019 46 

,794.5.55 5.'^ 

.163.016 40 

,098.633 61 

.113.667 94 

.224,967 73 

.520.034 97 

,219.577 38 

,331.3.50 36 

,801,383 52 

,269.278 92 

,.342,954 67 

,436.947 88 

,141.150 64 

,223.138 30 

,900.280 46 

,053,019 90 

,909,617 93 

514,316 82 

041,795 76 

118,122 55 

360,667 54 

.503,657 16 

446,706 01 

390.368 21 

717,901 99 

102,174 95 

666,050 92 

136,J33 59 

509, 100 89 



cts. 



S cts 



I cts 



334,415 

272,234 

173,427 

134,282 

75,762 

79.673 

104,211 

103, 156 

215, 108 

338.691 

388.556 

554.181 

572.947 

588.168 

,190.267 

.214.748 

,266,638 

,165.158 

,320.583 

783.740 

857.264 

678.224 

892,547 

,329,186 

,489,755 

,364,1.59 

903,223 

189,798 

,811,974 

741,263 

255,121 

172,571 

826,789 

852,538 

521,946 

434,631 

709,641 

934,523 

1.53, 180 

246, 745 

881.497 

114.324 

089.038 

13.319 



102. 
112, 
113, 
157, 
79, 



3,338 02 

6,408 39 

69 20 

11,019 34 

135,890 10 

229.948 22 

331,728 59 

,138,208 78 

,477,362 18 

,985,471 43 

,002.776 66 

,690,687 07 

,731,043 72 



120 

106 

167 

210 

231 

192 

1.54 

150 

176, 

171, 

185, 

170, 

217, 

186, 

180, 

207, 

187, 

162, 

150, 

176, 

181. 

183, 

191, 

205, 

212, 

228 

216 

289 

197 

301 

255 

2eO 

237 

334 

245 

250 

189 

130 



711 21 

918 73 

599 78 

287 53 

515 38 

755 88 

385 81 

720 56 

,412 55 

. 766 86 

,866 95 

,946 21 

.680 24 

,268 47 

,449 17 

,790 38 

, 969 33 

,028 06 

,612 94 

,168 39 

, 132 25 

,724 63 

, 788 4.5 

118 81 

587 43 

764 64 

346 14 

147 59 

527 27 

803 43 

104 39 

532 66 

933 42 

363 62 

,483 30 

,055 23 

,514 39 

,268 99 

,265 35 

,321 59 

919 .50 

904 64 

,612 71 

,859 23 



21,245 
27,674 
28.421 
29,302 
20,322 
13,452 
7,970 
14,935 
25,307 
29,105 
38,135 
34.228 
29.345 
30,510 
33,329 
36,621 
36.805 
36.528 
30, 680 
27,446 
27,171 
22,894 
24,. 361 
22,269 
23,191 
20,606 
25,559 
28,548 
37, 138 
42,700 
45,912 
41.226 
39,295 
44,716 
43,941 
54.079 
48.470 
45.590 
75.334 
90.568 
119.061 
113.3.35 
87.207 
81,588 



168.360 18 
171.714 82 
17,494 76 
222,558 80 
377,423 20 
320,168 17 
348,850 51 
478,617 53 
486,044 58 
417,015 31 
468.576 73 
529,364 24 
548,143 42 



87,295 25 

68,999 6.5 

29,761 47 

56,303 41 

110,965 74 

47,747 09 

38,302 55 

105,923 85 

158,446 33 

161,583 62 

185,384 24 

274,442 34 

196,394 91 



9 
13 
8 
24 
15 
19 
19 
30 
40 
34 
44 
32 
33 
35 
31 
42 
32 
37 
44 
35 
30 
49 
46 
39 
33, 
46, 
52, 
26, 
45, 
88, 
87, 
88, 

123, 

118, 
91, 

126, 

112. 

156. 

175. 

197. 

315. 

383. 

279. 

183. 



S cts 

,320 80 
626 76 
.502 45 
,629 25 
1,783 10 
,652 43 
,474 58 
.031 12 
.956 25 
.283 98 
.240 03 
. 186 80 
,380 25 
,667 84 
,404 53 
.004 78 
,456 70 
,938 11 
,888 99 
,846 83 
,816 89 
,073 63 
,697 12 
,386 02 
,474 05 
,466 82 
,842 44 
,842 73 
,171 84 
,174 27 
,457 75 
,831 12 
388 07 
725 17 
8.53 92 
376 10 

251 96 
168 96 
984 52 

252 39 
391 84 
037 75 
181 33 
779 26 1 



233 
155 
94 
159, 
312, 
208, 
231, 
314, 
336. 
458, 
693, 
783, 
811, 



380 58 
635 27 
969 56 
539 54 
631 00 
488 61 
478 54 
405 09 
082 17 
972 92 
044 42 
745 77 
677 73 



I cts. 

294.569 02 
361,153 47 
394.017 97 
459.887 53 
316.156 00 
308.153 30 
329.634 07 

301.570 50 
372.3.35 63 
420.607 91 
535,741 81 
493,807 39 
521,318 20 
602,. 570 19 
623,894 26 
704.034 45 
756. 785 89 
806.261 40 
741.462 43 
697.184 17 
815.200 70 
879. 107 85 
755.251 48 
792.609 63 
920.096 46 
908.046 37 

.061.622 69 
.17l.5cO 06 
.3.50.098 08 
,306.967 57 
.527.113 35 
.726.681 98 
.570.378 88 
.620.711 72 
,309.895 96 
.812.404 99 
.731.470 46 
.875.408 97 
.0.52.451 84 
,2.54.024 52 
.570.778 05 
,7.55.883 50 
.277.291 85 
,820.520 79 

.154.834 68 

594,803 69 

137,543 82 

469,554 53 

279,379 89 

188,703 33 

216.114 49 

308,160 02 

292,850 06 

215,817 96 

003, 180 79 

561.979 88 

103,696 78 



*9 monthfl. 



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17 



No. 6 — Statement showing Percentage t)f Duty on Total Value of Goods 
entered for Home Consumption, Dutiable and Free; and percentage 
expense of collection of Customs Revenue in the Dominion of Canada, 
during each year from 1868 to 1929, inclusive 



Year 


Percentage of duty 

on Total Value 
of Goods entered for 
Home Consumption 

Dutiable and Free 


Percentage 
Expense of Collec- 
tion of Customs 
Revenue 


1868 


p.c 

12 
12 
13 
13 
12 
10 
11 
12 
13 
13 
14 
16 
19 
20 
19 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
21 
21 
21 
20 
17 
17 
17 
16 
18 
17 
16 
16 
15 
16 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
17 
16 
17 
20 
17 
16 
17 
17 
14 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
13 
15 
15 


25 
31 
28 
62 
11 
20 
32 
83 
44 
03 
03 
10 
70 
19 
27 
82 
64 
61 
50 
24 
57 
65 
21 
06 
56 
38 
13 
99 
28 
87 
95 
70 
98 
06 
99 
87 
28 
04 
07 
66 
27 
11 
24 
87 
00 
03 
91 
39 
47 
46 
79 
24 
61 
49 
25 
67 
13 
08 
52 
96 
49 
80 


p.c 

05 
07 
05 
04 
04 
04 
04 
04 
05 

05 
05 
05 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
04 
03 
03 
03 
03 

a3 

04 
04 
04 
05 
04 
04 
04 
04 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
03 
02 
02 
02 
03 
04 
03 
02 
02 
03 
02 
03 
03 
02 
02 
03 
02 
02 

a3 

03 


09 


1869 


09 


1870 


41 


1871 


21 


1872 


04 


1873 


35 


1874 


55 


1875 


44 


1876 


61 


1877 


75 


1878 


58 


1879 


56 


1880 


04 


1881 


87 


1882 


33 


1883 


26 


1884 


96 


1885 


14 


1886 


10 


1887 


64 


1888 


81 


1889 


62 


1890 


63 


1891 


83 


1892 


39 


1893 


26 


1894 


75 


1895 : 


13 


1896 


43 


1897 


73 


1898 


37 


1899 


02 


1900 


71 


1901 


86 


1902 


62 


1903 


31 




31 


1905 


49 


1906 


31 


•1907 


04 




30 


1909 


15 


1910 


31 


1911 


98 




78 


1913 


74 


1914 


59 


tl915 


77 


tl916 


55 


tl917 


54 


tl918 


51 


11919 


13 


tl920 


49 


tl921 


36 




22 


tl923 


.58 




49 


f 1925 , 


09 




83 


tl927 


66 


tl928 


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1929 


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•9 months. fExclusive of coin and bullion, and including war tax. ftPerccntago expense of col- 
lection, calculated on total Customs and Excise Revenue in 1922 and subsequent years. 

MMO-3 



18 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 7 — Comparative Statement of the Values of the Imports entered for 
fiscal year from 1868 to 1929; showing also percentage excess of Imports 

entered for Home Consumption 







Imports entered for Home 
















Consumption 






Exports 






MerchandiM 






Merchandise 












Coin 








Coin 










and 
Bullion 


Totals 






and 
Bullion 


Totals 












Non- 






DnUable 


Free 






Produce 


Produce 








S 


S 


8 


8 


$ 


$ 


1 


S 


1808 


43.655.696 


23,434,463 


4,895.147 


71,985.306 


48.504.899 


4.196,821 


4.866.168 


67,637,888 


18«9 


41.069.342 


22.085.599 


4.247,229 


67.402. 17( 


52.400.772 


3,855.801 


4.218.20{ 


60.474,781 


1870 


45.127.422 


21.774.652 


4.335.529 


71.237,603 


59.043.59C 


6.527,622 


8.002, 27( 


73.573.490 


1871 


60,094.362 


24.120.026 


2.733.094 


86,947,482 


57.630.024 


9,853,244 


6.690.35C 


74.173.618 


1872 


68.276.157 


36.679.210 


2.753.749 


107. 709, lie 


65.831.083 


12,798,182 


4.010.39« 


82.639,663 


1873 


71.198.176 


53.310,953 


3,005,465 


127,514.594 


76.538.025 


9.405.9IC 


3.845.987 


89,789,922 


1874 


76.232.530 


46,948,357 


4.223.282 


127.404, 16t 


76.741,997 


10,614.096 


1.995.835 


89.351.928 


1875 


78.138.511 


39.270.057 


2.210.089 


119.618.657 


69,709.823 


7.137.319 


1.039.837 


77.886.979 


1876 


60,238.297 


32.274.810 


2,220,111 


94.733,218 


72.491.437 


7.234.961 


1.240.037 


80.966,435 


1877 


60.916.770 


33.209.624 


2.174.089 


96,300,483 


68.030.546 


7,111,108 


733. 73S 


75.875,393 


1878 


59,773.039 


30.622.812 


803.726 


91.199.577 


67.989,800 


11,164,878 


168,981 


79,323,667 


1879 


55.426,83e 


23.275.683 


1,639,089 


80,341.608 


62,431,025 


8,355.644 


704,586 


71.491,255 


1880 


64,182,967 


15,717,575 


1,881.807 


71.782.349 


72,899,697 


13,240,006 


1.771.755 


87,911,458 


1881 


71,620.725 


18,867,604 


1.123,275 


91.611.604 


83,944.701 


13,375.117 


971.005 


98.290.823 


1882 


85.757.433 


25,387.751 


1.503.743 


112,648.927 


94.137.657 


7,628.453 


371.093 


102,137.2(8 


1883 


91,588.339 


30,273.157 


1.275,523 


123,137,019 


87.702.431 


9.751.773 


631.600 


98,085,804 


1884 


80,010,498 


25.962,480 


2.207.666 


108,180,644 


79,833,098 


9.389.106 


2.184.292 


91.406.496 


1885 


73,269,618 


26,486.157 


2.954.244 


102,710,019 


79,131,735 


8.079,646 


2.026.980 


89.238.361 


1886 


70,658,819 


25.3.33,318 


3,610.557 


99,602,694 


77,756,704 


7,438,079 


56.531 


85.251,314 


1887 


78,120.679 


26,986.531 


532,218 


105.639,428 


80,960.909 


8,549,333 


5.569 


89,515.811 


1888 


69.645.824 


31.025,804 


2.175.472 


102,847,100 


81.382.072 


8,803,394 


17,534 


90,203.000 


1889 


74,475,139 


34.623.057 


575.251 


109,673,447 


80.722,456 


6,938.455 


1.978.256 


89,189,167 


1890 


77.106,286 


34.576,287 


1.083.011 


112,765.584 


85,257,586 


9.051,781 


2,439.782 


96,749.149 


1891 


74,536,036 


36.997.918 


1.811.170 


113.345.124 


88,671,738 


8.798.631 


946,927 


98,417.296 


1892 


09,160,737 


45.999.676 


1.818.5.30 


116.978,943 


09,032,466 


13.121.791 


1,809.118 


113.963.375 


1893 


69.873.571 


45,297,259 


6.534,200 


121,705,030 


105,488,798 


8.941,856 


4.133.698 


118,564.352 


1894 


62.779.182 


46,291.729 


4,023,072 


113,093,983 


103,851,764 


11,833,805 


1.839.380 


117.524.049 


1895 


58,.S57.655 


42,118,236 


4,576.620 


105,252,511 


102.828,441 


6. 485. 043 


4,325,319 


113.638,803 


1896 


67.239.759 


38,121,402 


5.226,319 


110,587,480 


109.707.805 


6.606.738 


4,699,309 


121,013,852 


1897 


66,220.765 


40.397.062 


4,676,194 


111,294.021 


123.632,640 


10.825.163 


3,492.550 


137,950.253 


1898 


74,625.088 


51,682.074 


4,390,844 


130.698,006 


144.548.662 


14,980,883 


4.623.138 


164.152,683 


1899 


89,4.33.172 


59.989.244 


4,629,177 


154.051.593 


137.360.792 


17,520,088 


4.016.025 


158,896.906 


1900 


104,346.795 


68.304.881 


8,152,640 


180.804,316 


168,972.301 


14,265,254 


8.657.168 


191.894,733 


1901 


105,969.756 


71,961,163 


3,307,069 


181,237,988 


177.431.386 


17,077,757 


1.978.489 


196.487.633 


1902 


118.657.496 


78,080,308 


6.053,791 


202,791,695 


196,019,763 


13.951.101 


1.669,422 


211.640.286 


1903 


186.796.065 


88.298,744 


8.695,707 


233,790,516 


214,401,674 


10.828.087 


619,963 


225,849.724 


1904 


148.909.576 


94.999.839 


7,554,917 


251.464.332 


198,414,439 


12,641.239 


2.465,657 


213,521.236 


1905 


150,928.787 


101,036.427 


9,961,340 


261.925.554 


190,854,046 


10,617,115 


1.844.811 


203.316.872 


1906 


173,046,109 


110.604.171 


6,620,627 


290,360,807 


235,483,956 


11,173,846 


9.928.828 


256.586.630 


•1907.... 


152,065.529 


98.160.306 


7.029.047 


257,254,882 


180,545.306 


11,541,927 


13,189,964 


205.277.197 


1908 


218,160.047 


134.380.832 


5.887.737 


358,428,616 


246,960.968 


16.407,984 


16,637.654 


280.006.606 


1909 


175,014.160 


113.580.036 


9,611.761 


298,205,957 


242,603,584 


17,318.782 


1,689,793 


261.512.159 


1910 


227.264.346 


143.053.853 


5.514,817 


375,833.016 


279,247,551 


19.516.442 


2,594,536 


301. .358,529 


1911 


282.723.812 


170,000,791 


9.226.715 


461,951,318 


274,316,553 


15.683.657 


7,196,155 


297,196,366 


1912 


335,304,060 


187,100,615 


25.077.515 


647,482,190 


290.223.857 


17,492,294 


7,601,099 


315,317,350 


1913 


441.606,885 


229,600.349 


4.309.811 


675.517,045 


355.754.600 


21,313,755 


16.163,702 


393,232.067 


1914 


410,258,744 


208.9.35, 2.M 


14.498.451 


633.692.449 


431.588.439 


23.848,785 


23.560,704 


478,997,938 


1915 


279.792.195 


176.163.713 


131.483,396 


587.439,304 


409.418.836 


52.023.673 


29.366.868 


490.806,877 


1916 


289,366,527 


218.834,607 


33,876,227 


542,077.361 


741,610,638 


37.689.432 


103,572.432 


882.873.503 


1917 


461,733.609 


384,717.269 


26.986,548 


873,437.426 


1.151.375.768 


27.835.332 


196.547,048 


1,375.758.148 


1918 


S42.341.622 


421,191,056 


11.290.341 


974.822.919 


1.540.027,788 


46.142.004 


3,491,403 


1,589.661.195 


1919 


526.494.658 


393,217,047 




916,429,335 


1.216.443.806 


52.321.479 




1,268,765.385 


1920 


693,655.165 


370,872,958 




1,064,528,123 


1.239,492,008 


47.166.611 




1.386.668.709 


1921 


847.661.406 


392,597,476 


7.218.775 


1.240.158.882 


1.189.163,701 


21.264.418 


34.184.673 


1,310.488, 119 


1922 


495.626.323 


252,178,009 


4.788.246 


747.804.332 


740.240.680 


13.686.329 


33.337.331 


753,937,009 


1923 


687,258.782 


265,320,462 


26.455.231 


802.579.244 


931,451.443 


13.844.394 


27.648.866 


945.396.837 


1924 


691,299,094 


302.067.773 


3.496.705 


893.366.867 


1,045.351.056 


13,412,241 


25,445,830 


!.068.7«l,397 


1926 


616.014.455 


280.918.082 


4.142.292 


796.932.537 


1,069.067.353 


12.294.290 


4.919.978 


1.081.861.648 


1926 


683.061.670 


844.277.062 


51.437.859 


927.328.732 


1.315.355,791 


13.344,346 


71.123.711 


1,328.700.137 


1927 


659.807,013 


370.995.492 


46.086.458 


1.030.892,505 


1,252,157,606 


15,415.638 


45.052.210 


1.267.573.142 


1928 


710,060.228 


398.906.238 


31.308,807 


1,106.956,466 


1.228,207.606 


23.248.691 


61.886.967 


1.250.456.297 


1029 


831.075.430 


444.003.661 


29.660,310 


1.266.679.091 


1.363,709,673 


36,186.403 


95,333,468 


1.S88.899.07S 



*9 month*. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



19 



Home Consumption and Exports into and from the Dominion of Canada in each 
entered for Home Consumption over Exports or of Exports over Imports 
in each year 



Excess Value of Mer- 
chandise imported for 
Home Consumption over 


Ezoeaaof 

total 
Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered (or 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion 


Excess of 
Total Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
over total 
Exports 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion 


Excess of 
Total Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered (or 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion 


Percentage, Increase or Dure— e 




Merchandise 
Exported 

Produce 


Mer- 
chandise 
Exported 

Produce 
and non- 
Produce 


Gross Imports 
entered for Home 
Consumption com- 
pared with pre- 
ceding year 


Gross Exports 
compared with 
preceding year 


- 


Increase 


De- 
crease 


Increase 


De- 
crease 




t 
18.585,260 


$ 

14.388.439 

6,898.368 

1.330.862 

16.731,120 

26,326,102 

38,565.194 

35.824.794 

40.561.426 

12.786.709 

18.984.740 

11,241,173 

7.915,850 


1 


p.c. 

2504 
11-6 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


P.O. 


p.c. 


1868 


10,754.169 








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1800 


7,858,484 


2.336.887 


3-3 


6-7 
2205 
230 
18-4 


1870 


26,584,364 


17-2 

30-3 

42 01 

420 

63-6 

170 

2705 

14-9 

12-4 


1871 


39.124.284 






1872 


47,971,104 






1873 


46,438,890 






1874 


47,698,745 










1876 


20.021,670 








3-9 


1870 


20,095.848 






1-7 


1877 


22,406,051 






6-3 
110 
10-7 


4-5 


1878 


16,271,494 








1870 




16,129,169 
6.679.219 


22-5 
7-3 




22-0 
11-8 
3-9 


1880 


6.543.628 






27-0 

22-9 

0-3 


1881 


17.007.527 


9,379,074 
24,407,292 
16.750,774 
12.544,394 
10,797.364 
15,596,968 
10,486,162 
21,887,285 
17,373.206 
14,063.585 

3.006.156 
740,170 


10-3 
26-6 
18-4 
161 
10-8 
18-01 
1402 
22-9 
100 
16-2 
2-7 
2-6 


1882 


34,159,065 






1883 


26,139.880 






121 
600 
303 

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1884 


20.624,040 










1886 


18.235,433 










1886 


24.146.301 






006 


50 
00-7 


1887 


19.289.556 






1888 


28,825.740 






6-6 
2-8 
00-5 
3-2 
404 


1880 


26,424,987 






6-9 


8-5 

1-7 

16-8 

404 


1800 


22,862,216 






1801 


16,127,947 






1892 


9,682,032 






1893 


5,219,147 


4,430.960 

8.380,292 
10,426,372 
26.656,232 
33.464,677 

4,845.312 
11.090.407 
15.249,044 

8.848,691 


3-9 
7-9 
9-4 
230 
250 
3-2 
01 
8-4 
4-4 


1804 












1806 








607 
00-6 
17-4 
17-9 
17-4 
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110 
16-3 
7-6 
4-2 
100 


0-5 
130 
180 


1800 








1807 








1898 


11,985.667 






1800 


3,534.577 








20-8 
2-4 

7-7 
«-7 


1000 


269,306 






1001 


460,427 






10Q2 


10,412,045 




3-5 

17-7 
28-8 
13-2 
25-3 
24-4 
• 140 
24-7 
56-4 
73-9 
71-7 
32-3 
19-7 


1903 


15,175.580 


32,534.341 
50.145.508 
36,624.402 
57,650.641 
88,511,003 
28,295,149 
71,051,434 
161.744,898 
213,732,158 
293,020,711 
103.019.920 






1904 


60.762.623 










1005 


47,798,248 






"ii-i"' 
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20-2 


1000 


60,192.568 






1907 


104.918,987 






30-3 


SO- 4 


1008 


45,613,931 






1009 


90.567.876 






2003 
220 
18-5 
23-4 


16-2 


1010 


177.428.655 






1011 


231.224.452 






""i.'2" 
7-3 
7-7 

■■+4:8' 


3-00 
24-7 
21-8 

2-5 

70-0 

56-8 

+34-6 


1012 


314.334.466 






1013 


186.868,705 






1014 


46.027,470 








1015 






340.795.141 

502.320.722 

1623.626. 046 

+352.335.950 

1222,130,586 


020 
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1920 


tfiO,99S.181 


129.730,703 


+2-5 


1921 


t7, 503, 662 


+6,122,677 
+142.710.693 
+166,396.430 
+284,429,100 
+401.371.406 
+230,080,687 
+141,409,831 
+123,210,080 


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No. 10 — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and to each 
Countn', during the twelve months ended March 31, 1929. 



Countries 



Imports entered for Home 
Consumption 



Dutiable 
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Free Goods 



Total 
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Goods the 

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Canada 



Goods not 

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Total 
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United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Barbados 

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British East Africa 

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" Honduras 

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Falkland Islands 

Fiji It'lands 

Gambia 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Hong Kong , . , 

Iraq 

Irish Free State 

Jamaica 

Malta 

Nr-wfoundland 

Now Zealand 

Nigeria 

Palc>tine 

Sierra Leone 

Trinidad and Tobago 



154,457,231 

21,939 

1,600,500 

3,660,520 

17,251 

236,621 

46,588 

95,234 

4,828,222 

1,362 

4,051,493 

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39,584,150 



1,884,3.36 

1,538,677 

44,520 

61,062 

233,679 

839 

45,015 

259, 157 

6,315.055 

1,611 

624,342 



194,041,381 

21,939 

3,484,836 

5,199,197 

61,771 

297,683 

280.267 

96,073 

4,873,237 

260,519 

10,366,548 

1.739 

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Denmark , 

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1,419,289 

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210,249 



2,015,20 
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1,709 

2,445 

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160 

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1,402,502 

31,129 

58,875 

4,790,295 

2,623 

2,513,406 

12,771,194 

400 

25,163 

2,445 

3,376.058 



429.730, 

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1,681, 

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2,238, 

900, 

11,858, 

8, 

4,656, 

78, 

1,203, 

160, 

661, 

329, 

30, 

75, 

535, 

2,837, 

137, 

4,144, 

5.266, 

1,110, 

11,160, 

17,357, 

541, 

189, 

76, 

4,153, 



485 
906 
305 
950 
003 
171 
773 
756 
506 
a34 
436 
526 
219 
051 
909 
704 
793 
283 
797 
482 
391 
655 
463 
729 
743 
083 
143 
510 
763 
284 
952 
641 
571 



1,930,456 



9.718 
29,489 
45,389 



13,463 



50,210 

24,684 

4,039 

407 

41,u30 

379 

3,003 



1,4U0 



21,616 



1,613 

55,689 

8 

401,945 

10,540 

4.450 



53,815 



431,660,941 

40,906 

19,480,023 

1,711,439 

1,673,392 

1,568,171 

12,245.236 

1,756 

2,288,716 

924.718 

11,862.475 

8,933 

4,697,249 

78,430 

1,206,912 

160.704 

661,793 

283 

331,197 

30.482 

75,391 

595.655 

2.859,079 

137,729 

4,146,-356 

5,321,772 

1,110,151 

11.562,455 

17.368,303 

645,734 

189,952 

76,641 

4,207,386 



1»5,3M,389 



«2,113«»5« 



757,419,339 



536,127,917 



2,793,343 



538,839,3« 



32,245 
91,108 



1,911,612 

652,687 

84,793 



50 

53,902 

1,.500 

5,515.956 

25,506 

11 



32.295 

145,010 

1.500 

7,427,568 

678.193 

84.804 



7,024 
411,836 



24,854 



7,024 
436.690 



8,909,602 
'i,'724.56i 



3,104,936 
ii763 



12,014.538 



1.726.314 



7.060 



2,370,059 

922,915 

74,437 

3,979,170 

3,259,265 

100,043 



447,782 
77,962 



879,453 

725,237 

5,926,493 

625 

924,336 
38,328 
52.678 
52,592 

256,881 
96,357 



7,060 

379.453 

3.095.296 

6,849.408 

75.062 

4,903,506 

3,297,593 

152,721 

62,502 

704,663 

173,319 



1 inland . 



161.942 

168 

41.879 



31,631 



56,407 



193.573 

168 
98.286 



14.493, 

349, 

187, 

189, 

27,301, 

87, 

5.872, 

44, 

71, 

2.403, 

24.242, 

1.797, 

184, 

4.442, 

l,7a3, 

5.981, 

123, 

3,606, 

186, 

139, 

2.846, 

88, 

2.122, 



607 
1.644 



149.680 

747 

6,885 



3.785 
4,487 
2,415 
76,778 
3,798 
2,862 



330 

802 

324 

24 



640 



14,493,798 

351.345 

187,199 

189, 180 

27.451.064 

88.351 

5.879,826 

44,672 

71,374 

2.40.3,442 

24,246,292 

1.801,880 

187. 188 

4.519,731 

1.707.623 

6,983.897 

123,680 

3,605.697 

186.946 

140.198 

2,846,997 

88.680 

2.122,609 



48 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

No. 10 — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and to each 
Country, etc. — Concluded 



Countries 



Otbsr Countribs — Con. 



France 

French Africa 

" Guiana 

" East Indies 

" West Indies 

" Oceania 

Germany 

Greece 

Greenland 

Guam, Tuluita and Wake 

Islands 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Honduras 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Italy 

Italian Africa 

Japan 

Jugo Slavia 

Korea 

Lettonia , 

Liberia 

Lithuania 

Madagascar 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre. , 

Morocco 

Netherlands 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa 

Portuguese Asia 

Roumania 

Russia 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Syria 

Tripoli 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venesuela 

Virgin Islands of U.S.A... 

Total Other Countries.. 

Total Merchandise 



Imports entered for Home 
Consumption 



Dutiable 
Goods 



24,614.371 
53,075 



722 
1,719 



15,806,631 
348,694 



20.372 
316,297 
251,497 



17,629 

373 

3,401.117 



9,951.163 

21.422 

2.359 

4,954 



174 

1,865 

732,436 

8,909 

22,246 

5,741,922 

3,337 

909,776 



212,811 

716.786 

11.247 

59.836 

2.278 

521.632 



31,796 
2,892 



1,135,275 
10.242 

2,515,831 
15 

1.462.917 

7,407,283 
16,279 



673. 177 

523,846,086 

4.083 

156.335 



«ei,7n,Mi 



Free Goods 



1,601,325 
100. 169 



377 



4,991,0.52 

22,014 

214,276 



612 
633 



372 



859,208 



2.970.154 
4.121 



17.148 

161 

10.127 



437.80!) 

46.615 

6.420 

3.274.841 



79.728 



5,589 

136,012 

3.731,072 

185.612 

19.411 

1.482 

156,398 



568 
233,089 



86 

149 

187,244 



722, 172 

510, 162 

2,089 



1,001 

344,166,143 

4.139 

546.600 



SSt,4N,711 



Total 
Dutiable 
and Free 



26,215.696 
153,244 



1,099 
1,719 



20,797,683 
370.708 
214,276 



20,984 
316,930 
251,497 



18,001 

373 

4,260,325 



12.921,317 

25,543 

2.359 

22.102 

151 

10,301 

1,865 

1,170,245 

55,524 

28,666 

9,016,763 

3,337 

989,504 



5,589 

348,823 

4,447,858 

196,859 

79,247 

3,760 

678,030 



32,364 
2.36,881 



1,135.360 
10.391 

2,703,075 
15 

2,185,089 

7,917.445 
18,368 



574,178 

868,012.229 

9.122 

701.036 



l,M6,Ut,7lt 



Exports 



Goods the 

Produce of 

Canada 



16,131,188 

475,026 

53,017 

52,055 

511,374 

40,042 

46,708,804 

11,850,771 



Goods not 
the Produce 
of Canada 



191, 

37, 

394, 

235, 

134, 

36, 

23,024. 

12, 

42,0.19, 

48, 

160, 

34, 

41, 

7, 

36, 

2,675, 

2,729, 

383. 

44.366. 

66. 

7.435, 

1,040, 

96, 

83, 

1,311. 

321. 

3.56. 

977. 

5.735. 

943, 

1, 

568, 

2,457. 

75. 

332. 

250. 

5.704. 

65. 

4,765. 

483. 

476. 

146. 

499.612. 

1.107. 

1,792, 

12, 



58 
,930 
,262 
,791 
,957 
026 
990 
899 
974 
968 
829 
995 
315 
898 
239 
425 
985 
124 
699 
888 
562 
537 
519 
194 
577 
267 
219 
759 
961 
299 
194 
683 
432 
492 
803 
802 
575 
255 
789 
818 
019 
220 
732 
053 
146 
631 
540 
551 



897,582,155 



8ll,t75,4M 444,MS,M1 l,tM,«7»,Ml Unt7M,ff7t 35.18«,4M 1488,8N,t75 



112,669 



416 
56 



170,291 



81 
8,376 



426 



3.933 



6,985 



1.256 
23,360 



98,976 



1,591 
1,322 



7,276 

1,131 

150 



16 
1,898 



30.672 
76,541 



21,654,942 
i36 



iMfVCMfV^V 



Total 
Exports 



16,243,747 

475,026 

53,017 

52,471 

511,4.30 

40,042 

46.879.095 

11,850,771 



58 

192,011 

45,637 

394.791 

236.382 

134.026 

36.990 

23,028,8.32 

12.974 

42,106.953 

48,829 

160,996 

34.315 

41.898 

7.239 

36,425 

2,677.241 

2,752.484 

383.699 

44.465.864 

66.562 

7.437,128 

1,041,841 

96, 194 

83,577 

1,318,543 

322,350 

356,909 

977.961 

6,735,304 

043,194 

1.683 

568,448 

2,459,390 

75,803 

3.32,802 

2,50.576 

5.704,260 

65,780 

4,796,490 

660,460 

476,229 

732 

146,053 

521,267.087 

1,107,631 

1,792,685 

12,551 



85«.M5,715 




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49 



o. 11 — Comparative Statement of Goods remaining in Warehouse in 1927, 

1928 and 1929 



Articles 



A^cultural and vegetable products, 
mainly foods — 

Grain and products S 

Fruits and nuts $ 

Sugar above No. 16 D.S Lb. 

Sugar not above No. 16 D.S Lb. 

Molasses Gal. 

Tea Lb. 

Coffee Lb. 

Other vegetable food products.. . I 

Agricultural and vegetable products, 
other than foods — 

Brandy Gal. 

Gin Gal. 

Rum Gal. 

Whiskey Gal. 

Wines Gal. 

Other Spirits Gal. 

Tobacco, unmanufactured $ 

Tobacco, manufactures of i 

Vegetable produces, n.o.p $ 

Animals and animal products — 

Fish S 

Leather % 

Other animal products % 

Fibres, textiles and textile products — 

Cotton $ 

Flax S 

Silk I 

Wool S 

Other fibres and texvile products. S 



Wood and paper products 

Wood 

Paper 



Iron and steel and manufactures — 

Automobiles No. 

Other iron and steel manufactures S 

Other ores, metals and metal 
manufactures I 

Non-metallic minerals and products — 

Coal Tons 

Glass % 

Oil S 

Other non-metallic minerals and 
products S 

Chemicals and chemical products. I 

Miscellaneous commodities $ 



ToUl 



Remaining in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1927 



Quantity Value 



4,869,449 

69,575,855 

666,891 

19,597,450 

3,431,560 



132, 155 
128,347 
48,941 
417,642 
3.36,661 
lo8,3v>4 



283 



1,867,981 



75,482 

932,213 

120,282 

7,242,531 

59,287 

4,920,166 

1,365,974 

415,336 



893,318 
2,085,559 

396,748 
7,859,846 
1,156,074 

290,028 

1,187,262 

72,293 

145,424 



410.980 
106,318 
353,161 



911,042 
179, 148 
814,054 
818,700 
339,005 



273, 104 
513,327 



336,213 
1,766,584 



420,827 



3,531,353 

78,786 

762,578 



72,233 

462,473 

1,002,979 

42,S7«,e88 



Remaining in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1928 



Quantity ] Value 



8,694,470 

56,126,740 

172,517 

16,419,066 

5,792,896 



163,654 
183,429 
69,525 
835,116 
518,349 
139,967 



677 



1,704,874 



147,120 

880,631 

216,101 

6,513,735 

19,685 

4,961,011 

1,474,601 

365,539 



1,326,983 

3,087,675 

762,537 

16,635,553 

1,845,627 

487,623 

1,693,807 

84.208 

162,349 



258,633 

80,460 

362,885 



915, 132 

89,288 

979,885 

1,350,254 

451,383 



262.695 
413,205 



656,462 
1,621,450 



550,660 



3,032,470 

93,734 

526,986 



107,160 

895,897 

1,028,606 

S4,M2,IM 



Remaining in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1929 



Quantity Value 



5,941,566 

40,432,648 

546,432 

16.048,471 

2,979,132 



177,026 
155,719 
59,539 
740,958 
448,929 
148,997 



485 



1,396,247 



274,344 

826, 199 

124,954 

1,088,935 

54,526 

4,717,118 

1,591,916 

346,243 



1,416,411 
2,473,221 

769.774 

14,724,205 

1,353,289 

290,298 
1,675,065 

113,657 

184, 142 



342,715 
115,381 
521,743 



758,841 
124,123 
848,531 
1,471,587 
568,748 



254,360 
377,872 



615,562 
1,799,380 



335, 175 



2,631,106 

74,566 

378,986 



82,573 

648.149 

1,011,224 

44.884,818 



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ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 
No. 13 — ^Abstract of the Total Value of Exports by Countries 



53 



Countries 



Goods 

the produce of 

Canada 



Goods 
not the produce 
of Canada 



Total Exports 



BRmsH Emfirk 

United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British East Africa 

'^ South Africa 

" West Africa, other 

" Guiana 

" Honduras 

" India 

" East Indies, other 

" West Indies, other 

" Oceania, other 

" Straits Settlements 

" Sudan 

Ceylon 

Falkland Islands 

Fiji Islands 

Gambia 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Hong Kong 

Iraq 

Irish Free State 

Jamaica 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Nigeria 

Palestine 

Sierra Leone 

Trinidad and Tobago 

Total British Empire.. 



Other Countribs 



Abyssinia 

Alaska 

Argentina 

Austria 

Azores and Madeira. 

Belgian Kongo 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Czecho-Slovakia. . . . 

Denmark 

Dutch Guiana 

" East Indies. . 

" West Indies. . 

Ecuador 

Egypt 

Ksthunia 

Finland 

Franoe 

French Africa 

" Guiana 

" East Indies. . 

" West Indies. . 

" Ooesnia 



429 

19 
1 
1 
1 

12 

2 

11 

4 

1 



730,485 

40,906 

,470,305 

,681,950 

,628,o03 

,668,171 

,231,773 

1.756 

,238,506 

900.034 

858,436 

8,526 

,656,219 

78.051 

,203,909 

160.704 

661.793 

283 

329.797 

30,482 

75.391 

595,655 

837.463 

137.729 

144,743 

266.083 

110.143 

160.510 

357,763 

541,284 

189,952 

76,641 

153,571 



53«,127,*17 



7, 

411, 

14.493, 

349, 

187, 

189, 

27.301, 

87, 

6,872, 

44, 

71, 

2,403, 

24.242, 

1.797, 

184, 

4,442, 

1,703, 

6,981, 

123, 

3.606, 

186, 

130, 

2,845, 

88, 

2.122, 

16,131, 

475, 

63, 

62, 

611, 

40, 



024 
836 
191 
701 
199 
180 
384 
604 
940 
672 
374 
442 
507 
393 
773 
953 
825 
036 
580 
367 
044 
874 
973 
680 
129 
188 
026 
017 
056 
374 
042 



1,930,456 



9,718 
29,489 
46,389 



13,463 



50.210 

24,684 

4,039 

407 

41,030 

379 

3.003 



1,4U0 



21,616 



1,613 

55,689 

8 

401,945 

10,640 

4,450 



53,815 



2,7*3,343 



24.864 

607 

1.644 



149,680 

747 

6.886 



3.786 
4.487 
2.415 
76,778 
3,798 
2,862 



830 
MS 
824 

24 



640 
112,669 



431.660.941 

40,906 

19,480.023 

1,711,439 

1,673,392 

1,568.171 

12,245.236 

1.756 

2,288,716 

924,718 

11.862.476 

8.933 

4,607,249 

78,430 

1,206,912 

160,704 

661,793 

283 

331.197 

30,482 

75.391 

595.655 

2,859,079 

137,729 

4,146,356 

5.321.772 

1,110.161 

11.562,455 

17.368,303 

646.734 

189.962 

76,641 

4,207.386 



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416 
66 



7.024 

436.690 

14.493.798 

351.345 

187.199 

189. 180 

27,461.064 

88.361 

6,879,825 

44.672 

71,374 

2,403,442 

24,246,292 

1,801.880 

187.188 

4,519.731 

1.707.623 

6.983,897 

123,680 

3,606.697 

185,946 

140.198 

2.845.997 

88,080 

2,122,669 

16,243,747 

475,026 

63,017 

62,471 

611,430 

40.042 



64 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

No. 13 — ^Abstract of the Total Value of Exports by Countries — Conclvded 



Countries 



Goods 

the produce of 

Canada 



Goods 

not the produce 

of Canada 



Total exports 



Otbkr Countribs — Con. 



Germany 

Greece 

Guam. Tuluita and Wake Islands. 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Honduras 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Italy 

Italian Africa 

Japan 

Jugo Slavia 

Korea.. 

Lettonia 

Liberia 

Lithuania 

Madagascar 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre 

Morocco 

Netherlands 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa 

Portuguese Asia 

Roumania 

Russia 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Syria 

Tripoli 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Veneiucla 

Virgin Islands of U.S. A 



Total Other Countries. 



Grand Total Merchandise, Exports. 



46.708,804 

11,850.771 

58 

191,930 

37,262 

394,791 

235,957 

134,026 

36,990 

23,024.899 

12.974 

42.099,968 

48,829 

160.995 

34,315 

41, ! 

7,239 

36,425 

2,675,985 

2,729,124 

383,699 

44,366,888 

66,562 

7,435,5.37 

1,040.519 

96, 194 

83,577 

1,311,267 

321,219 

356, 759 

977.961 

5,735.299 

943, 194 

1.683 

668,432 

2.457,492 

75.803 

332.802 

250.575 

5,704,255 

65.789 

4,765,818 

483,919 

476,229 

732 

146,953 

499.612.145 

1.107,631 

1,792,549 

12,551 



sn,sst,ui 



l,3«3,7M,ff72 



170,291 



81 
8,375 



425 



3,933 

'6,985 



1,256 
23,360 



98,976 



1,591 
1,322 



7,276 

1,131 

150 



16 



30,672 
76,641 



21,654,942 
i36 



n,483,fM 



U,lM,4tS 



46,870.005 

11,850,771 

68 

192,011 

45.637 

394,791 

236,382 

134,026 

36,990 

23,028,832 

12.974 

42,106,953 

48,829 

160,995 

34,315 

41,898 

7,239 

36,426 

2,677,241 

2,752,484 

383,699 

44,465,864 

66,562 

7,437,128 

1.041,841 

96.194 

83,577 

1. 318. 643 

322.350 

356.909 

977.961 

5.735,304 

943,194 

1.683 

568,448 

2,459,390 

76,803 

332.802 

250,575 

6,704,260 

66.789 

4,796,490 

560,460 

476.229 

732 

146.953 

521.267,087 

1,107,631 

1,792.685 

12,551 



8M,N6,7U 



l,S88,8M,t75 



PART II— EXCISE 



INDEX TO EXCISE TABLES AND STATEMENTS 
CONTENTS 



Description 



Pace 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



Report of the Commissioner of £xcise 

Per Capita Consumption 

Excise Duty Collections, by Ports 

Comparative Excise Duty Collections, by Provinces 

Comparative Statement of Excise Duty Revenues 

Comparative Statement of Exciseable Articles taken for Consumption 

Spirits: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Transactions in Distilleries 

" — Warehouse Return, by Ports 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Malt: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Malt Liquor: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Tobacco: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Warehouse Return, Manufactured before June 1, 1908 

" — W'arehouse Return, by Ports 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

" — Foreign Raw Leaf, Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return. 
Cigars: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

laspection of Petroleimi 

Number of Licenses by Ports 

Excise Tax Collections, by Ports 



3 
7 
8 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
28 
29 
32 
36 
38 
39 
40 
41 
44 



REPORT 

OF THE 

COMMISSIONER OF EXCISE 



To the Hon. W. D. Eulbr, 

Minister of National Revenue. 

Sir, — Herewith I have the honour to submit statements of the Excise 
Revenues collected by this department during the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1929, with statistics respecting the sources whence these revenues were derived. 
The following summary comparison shows the accrued revenues for the fiscal 
years ended March 31, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928 and 1929. 





1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


Excise Duty 


$ 

39,005,343 

89,330.838 


43,370,231 
99.228.334 


$ 
49,139,913 

106,723,328 


S 
58,062,085 

91.662,086 


$ 

64,360,103 

84,014,166 


Excise Tax 




Totals 


128,336.181 


142.598.565 


155,863,241 


149,724,171 


148 374 260 







Details of Excise Revenue accrued during the undermentioned fiscal years: 



1925 



1926 



1927 



1928 



1929 



Spirits 

Malt-Liquor 

Malt 

Tobacco 

Cigars 

Acetic acid 

Manufacturers in bond 

Other receipts 

Totals. . . . 



9,393,661 

107,734 

3.540.621 

25,421,602 

516,606 

100 

17,675 

7,344 



10.932.578 

113,933 

3,840,774 

27,919,051 

539,300 

100 

17,250 

7,245 



13,904,584 

223,833 

3,811,557 

30,638,418 

536,845 

150 

17,350 

7,176 



18,267,537 

239,245 

4,277,066 

34,702,359 

549,896 

150 

17,700 

8,170 



19,344,599 

351,440 

4,756,945 

39,307.618 

576,883 

150 

17,020 

7,673 



39,005,343 



43,370,231 



49,139,913 



58,062,123 



64,362,328 



The quantity of spirits produced during the fiscal year was 16,816,312 proof 
gallons, as compared with 11,596,200 proof gallons produced in the previous 
fiscal year. The raw materials taken for use in the production of spirits, during 
the fiscal year were as follows : — 

Lb. 

Malt 39, 170,372 

Indian com 106, 1 12,316 

Rye 80,449,5.36 

Oats 228, 102 

Rice 84,523 

MoiaMM 78,099,601 

3 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
The transactions of tne several distilleries will be found in Statement No. 7. 

Proof Ral . 

Them was, on April 1 , 1928, in process of manufacture 685, 1 18 

Manufarturo<l durioK the fisral year 16,816,312 

Returned to di.stiileries for redistillation — In bond 2,058,542 

Received into distilleries from other sources— Duty paid 293,998 



Total 19,853,970 



This was disposed of as follows : — 

Proof gal. 

Placed in warehou.se 18, 794, 370 

Fusel oil and spirits written ofT 18, 636 

Deficiency ari-sinK from rectification 131 

Remaining in process of manufacture, March 31, 1929, by actual stock taking 1,010,833 



Total 19,853,971, 

Spirits. — The following statement shows the warehousing transactions in 
Spirits during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929, and the four preceding 
fiscal years: — 



Fiscal Years 


In Ware- 
house at 
beginning 

of year 
including 

transits 


Ware- 
housed 
during 
the year 
Ex-cfistil- 
lery 


other- 
wise 
Mrare- 
housed 


Entered 
for 

consump- 
tion 


Exported 


Used in 
bonded 
factories 


other- 
wise 

account 
edfor 


For 
redistil- 
lation 


In Ware- 
house at 

end 
of year, 
including 
transits 


1924-1925 

1925-1926 

1926-1927 

1927-1928 


Pf. gal. 
8,718,502 
11.691,495 
12.797,396 
16,400.401 


Pf.gal. 
8.646.683 
7.328.232 
10,842.001 
13.851.317 


Pf.gal. 

41,696 

119,972 

156,677 

11,016 


Pf. gal. 

910.316 
1.062,785 
1,404,111 
1.896,357 


Pf gal. 
803,535 
499,007 

571.792 
579.420 


Pf. gal. 

1,053,472 

1,109,295 

1,170,059 

1,069,622 


Pf. gal. 

1.485.894 

1,894,957 

2.438,928 

3.101,771 


Pf. gal. 

1,462,169 

1.756,259 

1.810.783 

1.847.567 


Pf. gal. 

11,691,495 

12,797,396 

16,400.401 

21.767,997 


Total* 


49.607.794 


40.667,633 


329,361 


5,293,569 


2.453.754 


4,402,448 


8.921,550 


6,876,778 


62,657,289 


1928-1929 


12,401,949 
21,767,997 


10,167.058 
18,794,370 


82,340 
33,063 


1.323,392 
2,016.802 


613,438 
1.143,276 


1,100.612 
1.034,875 


2,230,388 
3,495,228 


1,719,195 
2,058,542 


15,664.322 
30,846,707 



The foreign demand for Canadian distillery products is greater than the 
average of the last four years, the quantities exported being as follows: — 

Proof gal. 

1924-1925 803,535 

192.5-1926 499,007 

192r>- 1927 571 , 792 

1927-1928 579,420 

1928-1929 1, 143,276 

The following statement shows the entire quantities of spirits upon which 
duties were collected during the several fiscal years recited therein. 





Canadian SpiriU 


Imported 

Spirits used 

in 

Bonded 

Factories 


Total 

quantities 

upon which 

duty was 

coUectad 


Revenue 
aoemed 
tacluditts 

License 

Fees 


Fi«»l Yews 


Paid duty 

Ex- 
distillery 


Paid duty 

Ex- 
warehouse 


1924-1925 


Pf. gal. 
3,7<95 
6,153 
1,685 
3,818 


Pf.gal. 

1,923,605 

2.072,490 

2,417,759 

3,956,946 


Pf.gal. 

40,183 

119,590 

156,381 

9,083 


Pf.gal. 

1,967,583 
2,198.233 
2.575,725 
3,969,707 


8 
9,303.661 


1925-1926 


10.933.578 


193»-1927 


13.901.554 


1927-1928 


18,3«7,6S7 






TflUb 


15,851 


9,870,800 


325,187 


9,711,338 


63,406.330 






A*«rM* 


S,838 
181 


3,843,700 
S.018.6S4 


81.397 
33,0M 


3.427.835 
3,061,808 


13.134.683 


1928-1929 ... 


10.344,599 








ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



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Cigars. — The following statement shows the transactions in Cigars during 
the fiscal year ended March 31, 1929, and the four preceding fiscal years: — 



FiaealTam 



1034-1925. 
1025-1920. 
192fr-1927. 
1927-1928. 



Totals. 



Averace- 
1928-1929 



In Ware- 
house at 
beginning 
ofyear, 
including 
transits 



No. 
13,499.396 
13.348.545 
15.093,385 
15.138.655 



14.269.946 
14.121,145 



Maan- 
factured 

during 
the year 



No. 
107,114.719 
175.658,048 
175,433.456 
180,834,419 



S7,«7*.78* Itt.tM.MS 



174,767,060 
194,596,829 



AflMBS- 

ments 
to bring 
produc- 
tion up to 
standard 



No. 

938,908 

627.450 

55,427 

00.934 



1,088,779 



422,195 
85,139 



Entered 

for 

Consump- 

tion 



No. 

168,097.387 
174,363.188 
175,835,838 
181,797.648 



•M,SM,M1 



174.898.490 
190.981.166 



Export- 
ed 



No. 
107,050 
100.570 
88,500 
107,465 






100,896 
125,750 



Other- 
wise 

aooount- 
edfor 



No. 



76,900 
19,375 
3,750 



IM.MS 



25,006 
3,500 



In Ware- 
house at 
end of 
year, 
including 
transits 



No. 
18,348,546 
16,093,385 
15.138.555 
14.121,146 



57,7»i,<M 



14,425,407 

17,092,877 



Revenue 
accrued, 
includtng 
Lioenae 
Fees 



S 

616,600 
539,300 
536.845 
649,800 



X,1«I,M7 



636,002 
670,883 



Inspection of Petroleum. — The quantity of Petroleum and Naphtha inspected 
during the fiscal year was as follows : — 

Galls. 

Petroleum 74, 752,368 

Napththa 423,754.807 



Total 498,507 176 



Geo. W. TAYLOR, 

Commissioner of Excise. 
Department of National Revenue, 

Ottawa, September 25th, 1929. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19S8-S9 T 

No. 1 — Table showing the Annual Consumption, per head, of the under- 
mentioned articles, paying Excise and Customs Duties, and Revenue, per 
head, derived annually. 





D<Hninioa of Canada 


Years 


Quantity 


Duty 


^ 


irits 


Beer 


Wines 


Tobacco 


Spirits B 


eer 


Wines 


Tobacco 


1869 1 


Jb. 

124 
434 
578 
723 
682 
994 
394 
204 
975 
060 
131 
715 
922 
009 
090 
998 
126 
711 
746 
645 
776 
883 
745 
701 
740 
742 
666 
623 
723 
536 
661 
701 
757 
786 
848 
917 
895 
898 
977 
939 
860 
883 
948 
030 
112 
061 
872 
746 
698 
699 
301 
624 
857 
360 
219 
239 
228 
270 
323 
461 
468 


Galls. 
2-290 


Galls. 
-115 


Lb. 
1-755 


% 

-761 
•962 
1059 
1-160 
1-135 
1-363 
1-127 
1-182 
-949 
-927 
1-005 
-772 
•990 
1-084 
1-186 
1-074 
1-198 
1-007 
1-045 
-944 
1-107 
1-257 
1094 
1156 
1-235 
1-235 
1-124 
1-159 
1-341 
1-306 
1-367 
1-455 
1-574 
1-631 
1-766 
1-913 
1-898 
1-879 
2036 
1-966 
1-794 
1-843 
1-988 
2-170 
2-340 
2-249 
2-086 
1-951 
1-788 
1-810 
•042 
1-586 
2-266 
1-869 
2-006 
2-220 
2-100 
2-606 
2-082 
4161 
4-486 


S 

092 
086 
006 
108 
120 
119 
114 
098 
109 
147 
125 
081 
081 
098 
103 
104 
111 
091 
100 
110 
114 
121 
137 
211 
218 
205 
161 
164 
213 
126 
174 
185 
195 
211 
200 
217 
214 
238 
267 
268 
241 
242 
267 
288 
320 
328 
379 
362 
304 
228 
179 
243 
292 
308 
287 
372 
880 
406 
413 
457 
610 


S 

•na? 


% 
•103 


1870 1 


2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

\ 

2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
4 

i 

5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
7 
7 
6 
4 
4 
3 
2 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


163 
490 
774 
188 
012 
091 
454 
322 
169 
209 
248 
298 
747 
882 
924 
639 
839 
084 
247 
263 
360 
790 
516 
485 
722 
471 
528 
469 
808 
995 
364 
680 
035 
592 
739 
123 
484 
765 
146 
708 
713 
999 
598 
005 
200 
071 
950 
188 
414 
948 
100 
954 
375 
028 
790 
223 
617 
525 
070 




195 
259 
257 
238 
288 
149 
177 
096 
096 
104 
077 
099 
120 
135 
117 
109 
110 
095 
094 
097 
104 
111 
101 
091 
089 
090 
070 
084 
082 
086 
085 
090 
090 
094 
092 
093 
095 
095 
102 
091 
105 
114 
114 
131 
124 
095 
062 
061 
061 
025 
078 
077 
037 
037 
062 
066 
074 
001 
122 


2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


190 
052 
481 
999 
566 
995 
316 
051 
976 
954 
036 
935 
150 
280 
476 
623 
052 
062 
093 
153 
143 
292 
291 
314 
264 
163 
120 
243 
358 
174 
300 
375 
371 
483 
664 
768 
898 
048 
066 
105 
183 
323 
679 
818 
711 
427 
329 
330 
612 
109 
745 
272 
434 
243 
882 
317 
468 
60S 
727 




049 
056 
070 
066 
086 
069 
075 
057 
052 
057 
055 
073 
092 
097 
082 
074 
074 
066 
066 
068 
072 
080 
075 
070 
060 
056 
047 
041 
041 
045 
044 
047 
048 
040 
040 
040 
052 
064 
057 
050 
057 
059 
063 
076 
069 
051 
033 
033 
036 
016 
066 
074 
040 
067 
081 
086 
002 
106 
170 
177 


•260 


1871 1 


■336 


1872 1 


•422 


1873 1 


•860 


1874 1 


•442 


1875 1 


•428 


1876 . 1 


•513 


1877 


•446 


1878 


•439 


1879 1 


■449 


1880 


•428 


1881 


•443 


1882 1 


•486 


1883 1 


■473 


1884 


•365 


1885 1 


•393 


1886 


•502 


1887 


•514 


1888 


■509 


1889 


•529 


1890 


•539 


1891 


•590 


1892 


•680 


1893 


•691 


1894 


•683 


1895 


■645 


1896 


■639 


1897 


•671 


1898 


■615 


1890 


•841 


1900 


•853 


1901 


•864 




•902 


1903 


•967 


1904 


1-006 


1905 


1-036 


1906 


1100 


•1907 (nine months) 


1-817 


1906 


M04 


1909 


MOl 


1910 


1-069 


1911 


1157 


1912 1 


1-886 


1913 1 


1462 




1488 


1915 


1361 


1916 


1-464 


1917 


1-620 


1918 


1-608 


1919 


2-620 


1920 


3 541 


1921 


3-84« 


1922 


3354 


1923 


2-8SS 


1924 


3-802 


1925 


2-884 


1926 


3118 


1927 


S-80S 


1028 


372a 


1920 


4210 














Avwnfo. ........... i ...... . . ,...< . 


862 


4-077 


• 107 


3-677 


1-600 


208 


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No. 4 — Comparative Statement of Receipts for 1926-27, 1927-28 and 1928-29 



Totals 



Spirits 

Malt Liquor. 



Malt. 



Tobacco. 



Cigars. 



Licenses. 



Total Revenue 



f 1926-27 

.-^1927-28 

11928-29 

1926-27 
1927-28 
11928-29 

[1926-27 

.n 927-28 

il928-29 

[1926-27 

.h927-28 

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(1926-27 

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U928-29 

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13,899,584 19 
18,261,412 32 
19,337,426 87 

218,347 05 
234,220 05 
346,540 05 

3,809,756 58 
4,274,966 II 
4,755,294 70 

30.635.582 90 
34,699.538 85 
39.302,953 64 

531,941 27 
545,353 49 
572,845 09 

43,592 50 
46,594 50 
45,043 00 

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SPIRITS 
No. 6 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for 





Licenses 


Material Taken 


Provinces 


Grain 




No. 


Fees 


Malt 


Indian 
Com 


Rye 


Oats 


Wheat 


Rioe 


1928 
Ontario 


8 
8 
1 
2 
4 


$ 

2,250 

2,000 

250 

625 

1,000 


Lbs. 
14.636.482 
7,447,703 


Lbs. 
51,242,965 
16.283,849 


Lbs. 
33.075.051 
13,585,737 


Lbs. 
137,616 
1,568 


Lbs. 
106,200 


Lbs. 


Quebec 




New Brunswick 






Manitoba 


169,790 
2,862,125 


1,236,528 
10,108,242 


88,446 
6,868.461 




143,460 




British Columbia 












Totals 


2S 


C,125 


2S,IU,IH 


78,871,584 


53,C17,IW 


1»,184 


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1929 
Ontario 


9 
9 

1 
2 
4 


2,500 

2,375 

250 

500 

1,000 


24,133,471 
8,800,131 


58,179,948 
28,946,450 


51,273,619 
15,114,081 


228,102 




43,123 


Quebec 




New Brunswick 










95,524 
6,141,246 


751,429 
18,234,489 


51,101 
14,010,735 








British Columbia 






41.400 










Totals 


25 


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SPIRITS 
the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1928 and 1929 



for Use 


Used in spirits 
manufactured 


Proof 

spirits 

manufactured 


Duty collected 

Ex-manufactory on 

deficiencies and 

assessments 


Total duty 
collected 




Molasses 


factory 

including 

license fees 


Total grain 


Grain 


Molasses 


Lbs. 
99,198.314 
37,318,857 


Lbs. 
23.721,200 
23,192.271 
988,054 


Lbs. 
98.729,282 
37.263.147 


Lbs. 
23,596,200 
22,918,671 
988,054 


P. Galls. 
7,156,709 25 
3,098,301 07 
35,456 06 

102,564 25 
1,2C3,163 45 


P. Galls. 
28 69 
1.002 33 


1 CTS. 

259 07 
9,029 30 


$ cts 

2,509 07 

11,029 30 

250 00 


1,638,224 


1,713.824 
19,885.476 






625 00 


19,838,828 


1.899.970 


1,899,970 


2,786 45 


25,133 78 


26, 133 78 


157,»M,223 


4»,8tl,4»5 


157,6»1,72» 


49,492,895 


11,596,299 98 


8,817 47 


34,422 IS 


49,S47 15 


133,858,263 
52,860.662 


35.835.824 

38.299.807 

2,267.550 


133.713,064 
52,593,332 


36,287.024 

38.299,807 

2.267,550 


9,797,-340 26 

4,611,139 22 

86.110 71 

45.208 81 

2.276,512 68 


23 64 
107 01 


212 76 
965 18 


2,712 76 

3,340 18 

250 00 


898.054 


850,006 
38,256,372 






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38.427.870 


1.696.420 


1.683,520 






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78,Mt,Ml 


226,412,774 


78,537,991 


16,816,311 68 


139 65 


1,177 94 


7,892 94 



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Dr. spirits 

No. 8 — Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Year ended 

March 31, 1929 





Remaining 

in 

Warehoose 

from last 

year 


Warehoused 


Imported 


Received from other 
Porte 




Port* 


Removed 
daring 
year 


In 
Transit 
last year 


Totals 




P. Galb. 

2,812-59 

4,271,470-15 

141-90 


P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 

64.648-49 

370,265-98 

216-15 


P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 
67.46208 


Belleville 


6,1.36,123-90 


16.201-75 




10.794.061-78 


Braatford 




358-05 












ChatPftm . 


140-97 
668-25 




619-96 






760-93 






7,411-57 

283-80 

742-50 

32,166-18 

17,642-69 

10,511-55 

33,772-22 

10,303-79 

202-95 

64,693-94 

206-25 

358-05 

218,472-75 


57-75 


8.137-57 








283-80 












742-50 




693-44 

430-66 

1,566,676-08 

77.904,99 

1,112-56 




2,912-91 




35,772-53 








18.073-35 


Kitchener ... 


394,535 45 
169,463-80 






1.971.7-23-08 








281,141-01 






70 95 


11,487-30 








202-95 


Qttaws. . 


9,864-36 
41-25 




3,857-04 




78,415-34 


Peterboro 






247-50 


Port Hope 








358-05 


PrcMCott 


694,92306 


8,227-45 
186,454-53 


7,285-75 




928,909-01 






186,454-53 


St. Thomas ... 






428-08 
395.213-50 

4,246-50 
106,831-38 

9,933-00 




428-08 


Toronto. . . . . 


3,331.184-07 


1,332,901-04 

12,415-11 

2,894,733 73 


1,674-12 




5,060,972-73 


Wetland 




16,661-61 


Windsor . . 


5.128.161-62 






8,129,726-73 


Woodstock 






9,933-00 














Total. Ontario 


15.086.225 95 


11,134,85501 


32-551-53 


1,348,552-32 


128-70 


27,602,313-51 














2,039-40 

436,850-47 

138,273-39 

198-00 




2.039-40 


Montreal.. 


4.228.511 27 
24.020-05 


n9 73 
5,117,338-85 


492-33 


2,234-49 
70-95 


9,785,447- 14 


Qnebec 


162,364-39 








198-00 


Sorel 


51,973-13 

212-85 

188,036-40 


6,587-48 






58,560-61 




.... 


1,663-47 

2,286-50 

123-75 

183-15 

563-64 




1,876-32 


8t Hyacinthe . . 








190,322-90 


Satton 








123-75 




28-57 








211-72 


Vslleyfield 








563-64 


Total, Quebec 


4,492,782-27 


:i9-73 
5,123,926-33 


492-33 


582,181-77 


2,305-44 


10,201.707-87 








1,480-75 
11,493 80 






19,150-94 

16,316-33 

503-25 

3,506-25 




20,631-60 


8t John 


51,684-70 




1.239-15 


80,733-98 


St Stephen 




608-35 


Woodstock 


70 95 






354-75 


3,931-95 










Total, New Brunswick 


13.045 50 


51-684-70 




39-476-77 


1.593-90 


105,800-87 


Halifax 


618-15 






4,624-61 
70 95 




6.343-76 










70-95 














Total, N'ova Scotia 


618- 15 






4,695-56 




5.313-71 












Charlottetown, P. K I 








41-25 




41 25 














Winnipeg. Man — 


204,830-48 


201,776-35 





200,591 66 


12.268-13 


619,466 62 


Regin* 


8,138-30 






52,677-39 




3.860-23 


fl3,«76-92 




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Total, Saskatchewan 


8,138-30 






62.677-39 


2.86033 


63.676n 


Calfvy 


8.963-65 
9.664-20 






33,53003 
39,472-41 




43. 493 C? 








49,136-61 












ToUl, Alberta 


18,626-85 






73,002-43 




91 .639-38 














1.H3.881-08 

770.349-06 

1, 654-86 


I.S7«,61800 
l,006,50»-69 








8.430,49»OS 


Vancouver 




47,180-87 
16,118 75 




I.83S.0M-61 
16.773-61 












ToUl. British Cdmnbia. . . . 


1.915.884-94 


3.383.127 W 




63.3W-63 




4,360.U3-3S 


Dawson. Yukon 


7619 






877- 10 




sn-39 


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8.013-M 




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t.«13-64 


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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

SPIRITS 
No. 8 — Statement of Warehouse Returns for the 





Entered for Cotuumptioa 


Removed to other Port* 


Porto 


' Quantity 


Used in 
Bonded 
Factories 


Duty 


in Ports 
to which 
removed 


In Transit 




P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 

65.996-39 


S cts 

17.767 74 

2.180,731 33 

510 84 

17 16 

1.001 76 

16,399-16 

68112 

389-49 

102,867 60 

5,242 64 

723,437-08 

44,168 30 

73,685-79 

487 08 

416,646 33 

601 44 

869 32 

348,880 60 


P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 


B«U0ville 


242.664-34 


727,154-88 


5.300-16 


Bnwtford 


212-86 












Chatluun 




506-88 

6.830-77 

283-80 

371-26 

26.603-28 

17,789-55 

328-35 

70-95 

4,093-38 

202-95 

28.566-11 

247-60 

358-05 






CobonrK 








Conwall 








Fort William 










8,743-74 


76-59 




KioBitm 




KHnhoMr 


80, 197 -75 
4,895-07 
7.095-27 


136.072-92 
6.891-74 


3.805-72 


I/wbfy 




Iiowka 




Ki-ciW* V»XU 






Ottawm 


39,202-53 






J^tcrboro 






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Pnaoott 


38.686-41 


348.612-86 




OaiijjB 






Ht ThnmM 




355-36 
308.443-82 


266 52 
2,175,877 09 

4,106 43 
5.646,918 90 

2,644 08 








201,709-31 

466-27 

610.853-13 


197.010-24 

12,513-31 

237.543-82 


10.600-28 


Wetland 




WsMlaor 


31,202-84 
9.578-26 


4,270-88 


Wootfato^k , . . 












TiHal, Ontario 


1,234,602-82 


497.017-33 


11.673.077 49 


1.664.875-81 


24.174-00 










2,039-40 

267,794-77 

56,466-73 

198-00 


4.891 66 

3.897.141 42 

831.580 48 

148 60 






If ontreal 


890,661 15 

89.786-12 


437.456-89 
437-06 


18.267-64 


Quebec 




















1,764-12 


4.053 75 

4.062 67 

297 00 

205 42 

1.362 73 






St. Hyacintbe 


264-32 


66.641-94 






123-75 
183 15 
663-64 












Valley field 
















Total. Quebec 


480.600-69 


328,133-56 


4.743.766 43 


504,534-89 


13.207-64 








19.348-23 




174,360 16 

18,823 13 

1,207 80 

9,266 40 






St John 


16,841-45 

503-25 

3,86100 


3.901-41 


























Total, New Brunswick 


19,348-23 


21,206-70 


203.657 49 


3.901-41 






2.209-51 


2.146-62 
70-05 


26.065 09 
170 28 




















Total, Nova Scotia 


2,209-61 


2,217-87 


25,226 87 












Chark>ttetown. P.E.I 




41-26 


90 00 






Winip-g. Mita 


36,998-68 


136,032-56 


448.582 83 


77.549 19 


3.708-66 








40.231-43 


50400 


443,883 70 
14 77 






Haakatonn 


















49.231-43 


504-00 


443.898 47 














22.063-06 
16,060- 18 


9,496-67 
26,563-06 


203.111 25 
155.035 68 


488 16 
658-15 




■daoBtOM 








Total. Alb»to 


88.133 24 


85,060-63 


360.046 98 


1.096-81 




H««r Wcatmiaatw 


86.462-76 

10«,838-20 

14.840-70 




310.247 24 
080,007 80 
180,287 40 


80,016-87 
72.822-80 


S.300-4S 




14,140-80 
403-87 


. S.88ft«8 


Victoria 










Total. Britiab Colombia 


166.631-74 


14,«42-e7 


1.488,883 U 


111.888-26 


10.876-06 


E»MrK«.Ymkaa 


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8tM8*7N-87 


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ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 
SPIRITS 
Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1929 



19 





Free 


Exported 


Remaining 

in 
Warehrwne 




Taken (or 
RedistiHatkn 


Legtd Allowanoe 


Other 


Totals 


P. GaUs. 


P. Galls. 


P. GiUls. 


P.Galla. 


P. Galb. 

1.466-69 

7,131.186-45 

145-20 


P. GalU. 

67. 462 08 


1.180,240-22 


93.669-34 


956,636-11 


448.122-33 


10.794.061-78 
35805 




















252-05 
1,306-80 


760-93 










8.137-57 










283-80 










37i-25 
346-92 
283-80 
1,703,176-35 
200.831-44 
298-65 


742-50 










35.772-53 










18.073-35 


922-70 
29,900-42 


39.904-26 
661-00 


5,760 95 
35.261-62 


1.464-08 
3.628-77 


1.971.723-08 

281.141 01 

11,487-30 










202-95 






24-75 




10.621-96 


78,415-34 








247-50 












358-06 


8,341-54 


48,185-04 


86,169-64 


48.543-88 


350.47034 

186.454 53 

72-72 

3.843.295-99 

3.69203 

6,639.102-31 

354-75 


928,909 01 
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428-08 


14, 310- 13 


18,246-96 


414,686-55 


67,660-46 


5.060972-73 
16,661-61 


171,000-62 


162,627-31 


5,673-47 


267.344-40 


8,129.726-73 
9.93300 













1,413,714-63 


363.284-80 


1,501.211-99 


826,772-92 


20.073.728-22 


27.602,313 51 












2.039-40 


468.843-75 


63.530-71 


1,303,497-60 
212-85 


257.36»-45 


6.683.126-28 
16.462-63 


9.785.447-14 
162.364-89 








198-00 










58.560-61 

112-20 

119.329-16 


58,560-61 










1,876-32 




1.648S9 




2,54909 


190,322-90 






123-75 










28-67 


211-72 










563-64 














468.843-75 


66,079-10 


1,303.710-45 


259.918-54 


6.777.619-45 


10.201.707-87 










1,283-46 
13,650 15 


20.631-60 




lM-38 


46,214-69 




80.733-96 






508-36 










70-96 


3, 931-95 














126-38 


46,214-59 




15,004-66| 


105.800-87 














8-93 


877-70 


5.242-76 








70-96 




















8-93 


877-70 


5.313-71 




















41-25 














159,661-01 


9,676-68 


50,859-78 




147.230-18 


619.466-62 
















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63.675 92 
































13,860-49 


63.676-93 




















10,604-78 
6,834-32 


43.493-67 










49.136-61 




















17.339-10 


91.629 38 












16.488-34 


M.171-SS 
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44.140-31 
66.064-90 


3.088-13 

64,617-47 

19-82 


3.266,966-97 

1,473.67S-21 

1.030 23 


3.430.499-03 
1.823.009-61 




16.773-61 










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43.96«-tf 


109.206-21 


66.676-43 


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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
MALT 



No. 10 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for the Fiscal Years ended 

March 31, 1928 and 1929 



Provinces 



1928 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Totals 



1929 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Totals 



Licenaes 



No. Fees 



!• 



760 
500 
300 
300 
250 



Z,1H 



60U 
200 
400 
200 
250 

1,CM 



Grain 
Steeped 



Lbs. 

6,240.580 
43.303,000 
74.513.600 
51.157.790 

2.054.791 



177,2M,7U 



11,036,100 

42,620,200 

112,504,810 

51,068,520 

2,153,641 

219,383,271 



Grain Used 
in Mall 
Manufac- 
tured 



Lbs. 

5,950,180 
43.682,200 
72,206.000 
50,946,5'JO 

2,054,791 



174,839,7C1 



9,755,900 
42.687,400 
110,941,450 
51,058,920 

2,138,881 

21C,S82,fi51 



Malt 



Manufac- 
tured 



Lbs. 

5,039,890 
35,488,435 
61.959,062 
41,614,850 

1,733.000 



14S,83S,237 



8.147,770 
34,276.665 
92.357.285 
42.270.630 

1,849.581 

178,M1,931 



Paid 
Duty 



Lbs. 



383,490 



383,4M 



3.203 
3,293 



Warehoused 



Lbs. 

5.039.890 
35,488.435 
61.959.062 
41.614.850 

1.. 349, 510 



145,451,747 



8.147.770 
34,276,665 
92,357,285 
42,270,630 

1,846,378 

178,898,728 



Total Duty 

Collected 

Kx-Manu- 

fuctor>- 

including 

Incense 

Fees 



S cts. 

750 00 
500 00 
300 00 

:vx) 00 

11,754 70 



U,fl94 79 



600 00 
200 00 
400 00 
200 00 
346 QQ 

1,74« 99 



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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
MALT LIQUOR 



No. 12 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for the Fiscal Years ended 

March 31, 1928 and 1929 



Provinces 


Licenses 


Malt 
Used 


Other 
Commo- 
dities 
Used 


Malt 

Liquor 

Manufactured 


Malt 

Liquor 

Exported 


Total Duty 
Collected 
ex-Manu- 
factory 
including 
License 
Fees 


No. 


Fees 


1928 
Ontario 


37 
9 
2 
2 
8 
5 
6 

15 


1 

2,200 
oOO 
100 
100 
5W 
225 
450 
900 


Lbs. 

37.018.235 

66,132,931 

777.782 

537,500 

8,518.870 

3,997,129 

10,612,880 

8,531.833 


Lbs. 

633,259 
20 J. 000 


Gals. 

14,947,123 

30,112.501 

287,617 

17i<,525 

3,5.39,643 

1,503,687 

4,526,506 

3.301,311 


Gals. 

5S5 
10, 152 


S cts. 
30,649 90 


Quebec 


500 00 




100 00 


Nova Scotia 




4,143 


100 00 


Manitoba 


7.200 


2,200 75 






225 00 


Albt>rta.. 


55,000 
34.794 




450 00 


British Columbia 


10,029 


3,421 50 


lyttals.. 


84 


5,«U 


1M,127,1M 


tt».2M 


58,3«7,»M 


24,N9 


37,C47 15 






1929 
Ontario 


39 
9 
2 
2 
8 
8 
6 

12 


2.150 
550 
100 
150 
450 
450 
350 
700 


41,621,165 

69,376,176 

4.36,263 

727,700 

10,10J,665 

5,655,775 

12,6i)3,345 

8,627.2.52 


941,448 
198.000 


17.893,941 

31,483,771 

170,056 

25.8,961 

4,. 550, 392 

2,393,991 

5.410,195 

3,676,103 




26,960 30 


Quebec 


9,232 


550 00 


New Brunswick.. 


100 00 


Nova .^otia 




3,953 


1.50 00 


Manitoba 


68,840 
91,600 
146,400 
173,534 


16,975 65 


Saskatchewan 




18,342 45 


Alberta.. 




350 00 


British Columbia 


5,267 


31,119 40 


ToUis 


8« 


4,«M 


14t,247,S47 


i,ci»,8n 


U,8S7,41« 


18,4R 


t4,547 M 







Exported . . . . 
Ship Stores*'. 



1928 1929 

gals. gals. 

21,029 14,573 

3,880 3,879 



24,909 18,452 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-S9 
MALT LIQUOR 



25 



No. 13 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Years 
ending March 31, 1928 and 1929 



Provinoea 


Balance 
in Ware- 
house 


Ware- 
housed 


Totab 


Written 
off 


Export 


Entered for 
Consumption 


Remain- 
ing in 
Ware- 
house 


Totab 


Quantity 


Duty 
Paid 


1928 
Ontario 


Gala. 

15,270 
19,474 


Gab. 

775.696 

471,150 

78,786 


Gab. 

790.965 

490,624 

78,785 

31,031 


No. 


Gab. 


Gab. 

782,721 

473.575 

78.785 

8.905 


t eta. 

117.408 15 

71.036 25 

11.817 75 

1.335 75 


Gab. 

8.244 
13,881 


Gab. 

790.96* 

490,624 

78,785 

31.031 


Quebec 




3,168 


Alberta 






31.031 




10.029 


12.097 








Totals 


»,m 


1,W,<S« 


1,»1,4K 




IS.lt? 


1,S43,WC 


Ml,5f7 M 


M,«B 


i,m,4w 






1929 
Ontario * 


8.244 
13.881 


1.177.157 

414.006 

210,849 

10.372 


1,185,401 

427,947 

210,849 

22,469 


8,244 


i,m. 


1.091,417 

403,250 

210,849 

7,099 


163.712 55 

60.487 50 

31.627 35 

1.034 85 


85,740 
21.036 


1.185.401 
\'n 947 


Qnefaec 








Alberta 






210 849 


Britisli Columbia 


12.097 




5,267 


10,103 


23.469 






Tatab 


u,tn 


1,813,444 


1,84<,M« 


8,«44 


8,n8 


1,7U,CU 


25«,8WS» 


ll«,87t 


1,8M.M» 









1928 1929 

Total duty accrued ex-manulactory and ex-warehouse % 234.220 05 $ 3t6.5IO 05 

License fees 5.025 00 4,900 00 



$239.245 05 1351,440 05 



26 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

TOBACCO 
No. 14 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures 





I 


-iccnses 


Total 
Weight of 
Raw I.eaf 
Tobacco 
and other 
materials 
actually 
u.sed 


Tobacco 


Provincea 


No. 


Feea 


Produced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
housed 


1928 
Ontario 


10 

41 

3 

2 

2 


S cts. 

500 00 

2.000 00 

150 00 

75 00 

100 00 


I.bs. 

2,002.085 

27.674.852 

177.994 

12. 186 

17,153 


Lbs. 

977.205 

19,991,847 

190,072 

11,725 

17,684 


Lbs. 

794.. 590 
18.442,296 

190.072 
11.725 
17.684 


Lbs. 
182,615 


Quebec 


1.549,551 


Prince Edward Island 




Manitoba 




British Columbia 








Totals 


S8 


2,825 M 


21,884,271 


21,188,5SS 


19,4M,SC7 


1,732,1M 


1929 
Ontario 


8 
43 
2 
2 
2 


400 00 
2,125 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 


2,038,260 

29,599,482 

167,225 

9,013 

17.977 


8.39,284 

20,00.9,169 

1.80,498 

8,262 

18,577 


759,844 

18,886,202 

180,498 

8,262 

18,577 


79,440 


Quebec. 


1,122,877 


Prince Edward Island 




Manitoba 




British Columbia 








Totals 


» 


2,825 M 


31,891,957 


21.955,799 


19,85S,472 


1,292,317 








ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 27 

TOBACCO \H ;>}./n- 

for the Fiscal Years ending March 31, 1928 and 1929 



Cigarettes 


Cigarettes, 
Overweight 


Snuff 


Total Duty 
Collected 


Produced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
housed 


Pro- 
duced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
hous- 
ed 


Pro- 
duced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
hous- 
ed 


factory 

(including 

License 

Fees) 


No. 
447.481,320 


No. 

446.005.470 
3.312,787,105 


No. 

1,475.850 
244,719.750 


No. 

50,350 
1,459.550 


No. 

50,350 
1,341.550 


No. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


1 cts. 
2.836.004 65 


3.557,506.855 


118,000 


945, 132 


945,105 


27 


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38,164 40 














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525 




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4,M4.l68,n5 


S,768,7n.575 


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1,5M,»M 


1,M1,«M 


118,M« 


94S,C57 


•4S,CM 


n 


M,C51,2M 7t 


.>35, 638,660 
4.127,620.315 


535.070.410 
3.321.062.425 


568,250 
806.557.890 


49.850 
1.383.810 


49,850 
1,305.310 


78; 500 


151 
993,318 


151 
993,318 




3.363.369 71 

23.918.780 a3 

36.199 60 














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490 




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1,355, IM 


78,5M 


m,ui 


M3,959 




27,S84,«16 14 



28 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

TOBACCO— MANUFACTURED BEFORE JUNE 1, 1908 

No. 15 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Years 
Dr. ended March 31, 1928 and 1929 Cr. 



Remaining 

in 
warehouse 

from 
last year 


Totals 


Provinces 


Remaining 

in 
warcliouse 


Totals 


Lbs. 

461 

19,719J 


Lbs. 

461 
19,719i 


New Brunswick 

Sundries 


1928 


Lbs. 

461 

19.719.J 


Lbs. 

461 
19.719J 




Totals.. 

New Brunswick .... 




2t,18«) 


M.iati 


M,18«J 


2t,18«i 




1929 


461 


461 
19.719i 


461 
19,719i 


461 


19.719§ 


Sundries 


19.719i 




Totals.. 




2«,1S«§ 


2t,lS*i 


2;im 


M,18ti 









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TOBACCO 
No. 17 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns for 





Remaining in 

Warehouse 
from last Vear 


Warehoused 


Pro\'inre9 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Over 
weight 
Cigar- 
ettes 


Snuff 


1028 
Ontario 


Lbs. 

10.937i 
39, 178 


No. 


Lbs. 

182.615 
1,549,551 


No. 

1,475.850 
244,837,750 


No. 


Lbs. 


Quebec.. 


8,742,000 
197,500 
244.000 
316,650 




27 


New Brunswick 






Nova Scotia 


9,729 










British Columbia 






















Totals 


Sf,844^ 


•,M«,1M 


1,7»,1M 


«4<,3U,«H 




ti 








1923 
Ontario 


6,681 

59.745 

25 




73,440} 
1,122,876J 


568,250 
806,557,890 






Quebec 


76,677,750 

57.500 

134.000 

585.950 


78.500 




New Brunswick 




Nova Scotia 










British Columbia. 


162 




















Totals 


M,«13 


77,4M,?0« 


1,2«,317 


8»i,m,u* 


78.fiM 









ANNUAL REPORT, 1998-89 
TOBACCO 
the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1928 and 1929 



33 



Cr. 



Recotved from other Porta 


Totals 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Over- 
weight 
cigarettes 


Tobacco 


Cigar- 
ettes 


Over- 
weight 
Cip^ir- 

ettes 


Snuff 


Removed 
during year 


In 

transit 

last year 


Removed 
during year 


In 

transit 

last year 


Removed 

during 

year 


^ Lbs. 

16 


Lbs. 


No. 

125,500 

371.450 

440.000 

1,255,600 

1,. 537, 000 


No. 


No. 


Lbs. 

193,5681 

1.588.729 

25 

9.729 

Wi 


No. 

1,601,350 

253,951,200 

637,500 

1,499,600 

1,863,650 


No. 


Lbs. 












27 


25 
























604 




10.000 


















US 




S,7?»,SM 


!•,«•• 




l,7*S,<55i 


«5»,553,SM 




27 












49 


9 


196.450 

511.150 

510,000 

2.120,000 

4.837,000 




400 


86,1791 

1.183,136i 

25' 

150 

4,298 


764. 7oO 
883.794.790 

567.500 
2,404.000 
5.672.950 


400 
78.500 




515 


48.000 












150 




150,000 
250.000 








4.136 




















4,85* 


f 


8,m,iN 


448,N« 


4M 


1,273,789 


8$3.2M,»4« 


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34 



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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

RAW LEAF TOBACCO, INCLUDING 
No. 18 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse 



Remaining 

in 
warehouse 

from 
lastyear 


Imported 


Warehoused 

ex 

factory 


Received from other 
Ports 


Totals 




Removed 
during year 


In transit 
last year 


Provinces 


std. lbs. 

2.530,932} 
8, 721,459} 
415 


std. lbs. 

2.023.137 

15.622.991 

1.034 

1,687 


std. lbs. 

7 
10 


std. lbs. 

10,257 

484.677 

415 


std. lbs. 


std. lbs. 

4,614,333} 

24,836,665} 

1,864 

25.513 

5,477 

22,224 

21 

1,058 

27,790 


1928 
Ontario 


7,527} 


Quebec 

New Brunswick 


23,826 
5,477 
7,611 






Nova Scotia 








Prince Kdward Island 


12,410 

21 

463 

21,170 




2.203 




Manitoba 






Saskatchewan 


377 




218 
376 




Alberta 


6.244 






British Columbia 








ll,S4C,S42i 


17,«82,9U 


17 


4t8,14« 


7,527} 


29,534,9462 


Totals 


2.488,507 

9,936,878 

419 


1,823.720 

15.740,746} 

262 

1,196 


927 


1.476 
525.011 


277 
2 


4,314,908 

26,202,636} 

^1 

2,361 

5.477 

15,759 

787} 

27.151 


1929 

Ontario 

Quebec 




New Brunswick 


1,165 








Nova Scotia 


6.477 

10.661 

273 








Prince Edward Island 


5.038 
514} 
22. 103 








Manitoba 








.\lberta 


4.937 




ill 




British Columbia 








12,448,S17 


17,M3,«4« 


927 


52«,598 


279 


3«,5«9,7<1 


Totols 




ANNUAL REPORT, 1998-29 
STEMS, SCRAPS AND CUTTINGS 
Returns for the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



37 



Or. 



Entered 
for Consumption 


Removed to 
other Ports 


Exported 


Des- 
troyed 


Remaining 

in 
warehouse 




Quantity 


Duty 


Ware- 
housed in 

Ports 
to which 
removed 


In 
Transit 


Totals 


std. lbs. 

1,963,700 

14,538,218 

1.445 

1,177 


S cts. 

827.483 20 

5,898,822 15 

586 00 

473 60 


std. lbs. 

154,952 
342,976 


std. lbs. 

277 
2 


std. lbs. 

4.327 
11,346 


std. lbs. 

2.570} 
7,2451 


std. lbs. 

2.488,507 

9,936.878 

419 

1.165 

5,477 

10.661 


std. lbs. 

4.614. 333J 
24.836. 665i 
1,864 








23.171 


25,513 










5,477 


11,563 
21 


4,868 60 

8 40 

318 40 

11,052 60 










22.224 










21 


567 


218 








273 
4.937 


1,058 


22,787 






66 


27,790 












1«,5M,478 


6,743,612 »5 


498,146 


m 


i5,<7S 


33,«5%| 


12,448,317 


2»,»4,»4«} 


2 006 759i 


853,756 90 

6.388.344 20 

248 80 

504 00 

240 40 

2,977 30 

238 80 

11,204 60 


2,629 
523.969 




147.096 
115.272 


1,163 
10,235i 


2,155,261 

9,760.408 

112 

1,101 


4,314,908i 
26.202.636} 


15.792,752J 
569 






681 


1.260 
601 










2.361 








4.876 


5.477 


7,689i 

594i 

22,700 








8,070 

19.i 

4,451 


15,759i 










787i 










27,151 














17,8M,t2Si 


7,257,515 M 


526,5»8 




2C2,M8 


16,2741 


11,»2»,5M 


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40 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
INSPECTION OF PETROLEUM 



No. 21 — Comparative Statement of Inspected Petroleum and Naphtha shipped 
from Refineries during the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1928 and 1929 



Provinces 


Licenses 


Petroleum 


Naphtha 


Totals 


No. 


Fees 


1928 
Ontario 


5 
2 

1 
1 
1 
9 
3 


S 

5 

2 
1 

1 
1 
9 
3 


Gals. 

37,305,789-88 
4.965,797-00 

12,019.44800 

25. 200 00 

8.212,213-00 

12,272,986-00 
5.278.321-50 


Gals. 

110,415.372-15 
62. 675. 955 00 
39.733,46S-00 
69, 472 00 
30,151,001-00 
43,209,967-00 
33,387.350-50 


Gals. 
147.721.162-03 


Quebec 


67.641.752-00 


Nova Scotia 


51,752.916-00 


Manitoba 


94,672-00 


Saskatchewan 


38, 363, 214 00 


Alberta 


55, 482, 953 00 


British Columbia 


38, 665 -672 -CO 






Totals 


22 


22 


8«,«7f,75S-S8 


31»,«42,585 W 


3M,722,}4i-M 






1929 
Ontario 


5 

2 
1 

1 
1 
8 
3 


5 
2 
1 

1 
1 
8 
3 


30.830,414-65 
6.519.73300 

14,189.818-00 

3.38.002-00 

8.513.777-00 

7.586.730-00 

6.693.893-00 


129.782,275-80 
91.561.910-00 
57. 891, 905- 00 
760. 876 00 
42,203.323-00 
55.96-8.556-00 
45.585.961-50 


160,612,690-45 


Quebec 


98,081-643-00 


Nova Scotia 


72,081.723-00 


Manitoba 


1.098.878-00 


Saskatchewan 


50.797,100-00 


Alberta 


63,555,286-00 


British Columbia 


52,279,854-50 






Totals 


21 


21 


74,7S2,M7-C5 


423,754,8t7 M 


4*8,M7,174-M 







ANNUAL REPORT, 1928-29 



41 



No. 22 — Statement showing the number of parties under Licenses for the year 

1928-29 



1 .. 


E 

.2 

Q 


§ 

e 

1 

S 

1 


1 

£ 

i 

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s 

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s 

£ 

£ 
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8 
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E 

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£ 
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a 

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< 

1 


3 


Amhcrstburg 




1 






1 
















4 






Belleville 


2 






1 
1 
















1 


Brantford 


2 








2 
1 


















Bridgebuig 


























Chatham 




1 
2 




















2 






Cobourg 












1 
1 
2 
















Collingwood 




























Cornwall 




1 


























Fort Frances 










1 
1 

1 

4 
2 
1 
1 
2 


















Fort William 




1 


























Gait 




























Guelph 




1 
6 








1 
5 


















Hamilton 




1 


4 


2 






1 


4 






1 




Kenora 














Kingston 




2 
2 
1 
7 
1 








1 
3 


















Kitchener 


1 

1 




1 




















Lindsay 


2 
















London 


1 


10 
1 


1 


2 


7 
















Niagara Falls 




















North Bay 






1 


1 


















Orillia 












1 
















Oshawa 














1 
6 
















Ottawa 




5 


1 






2 








1 










Owen Sound 




1 


















Peterborough . 




1 






1 
1 




















Port Arthur 




























Port Hope 




1 
1 








1 


















Prescott 


1 
1 


























Samia 








1 
1 


1 




2 














Sault Ste. Marie 






1 
















Simcoe 








1 
2 


















Stratford 












1 
1 
1 


















Sudbury 




























St. Catharines 








2 
2 
8 






















St. Thomas.. 




1 
105 


14 


1 
33 












1 






Toronto 


1 


3 
1 


8 




3 




7 


2 






Wallareburg.. 


1 






Welland 


1 
1 






1 
1 


1 
6 


















Wind.sor 


15 

1 

158 




7 
















1 


W oodstock . . 


















Ontario 


9 


17 


32 


8 


42 


78 


3 


5 


2 


12 


2 


8 


1 


3 






Chicoutimi.. 




3 




1 
























Urummondville 








1 


















Granby 






5 


3 


1 




















Hull 








1 

21 

3 

1 
I 


1 
2 
















Montreal 


7 


85 

18 

1 

4 


11 
1 


30 
1 


34 
4 

1 


6 

2 

.... 


2 


2 


5 




1 


1 


1 


Quebec. 




Shawinigan Falls 
















1 




Sherbrooke 






3 
















Sorel.. 


1 
1 


















St. Hyscinthe 






1 

1 
























St. John's. 






1 




















Sutton . . 




1 
2 
3 

111 
























Three Rivera 








2 












1 










Vallcyfield 








1 
10 


















Qoebec 


9 


17 


39 


43 


28 


8 


uL 


3 


6 




3 


3 


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42 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 22 — Statement showing the number of parties under Licenses for the year 

\928-29— Concluded 



Ports 


1 

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Q 


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2 
Z 

9 

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1 
1 


























St. John 


1 


8 
2 
3 

13 


1 




2 


1 


















St. Stephen 


















Woodstock 






























New Brunswick. . . 


1 


2 


1 




2 


1 

1 

1 


















Amherst 












= 






Halifax 




3 
1 

4 


2 
2 






2 




1 














Yarmouth 




1 
1 
















Nova Scotia 






2 


2 




1 






























Charlottetown, ^.E.I 




1 






2 






















Brandon 








2 

8 

10 

1 

1 
2 
8 

1 

8 

3 
2 

1 
1 


1 
8 

9 
2 


— 






— 










Winnipeg 


2 
2 


25 
25 


4 
4 




2 
2 




1 
1 


1 
1 




1 
1 








Manitoba 








Moose Jaw 






=rss 


North Portal.. 




























Regina 




1 


2 






3 
2 




1 














Saskatoon.. 




















Prince Albert 




























Saskatchewan. 




1 

2 
4 


2 

1 

1 






7 

6 
6 

3 




1 

4 

1 
3 














Calsary 




1 








1 








£dmonton 














Lcthbridge 




















Medicine Hat 






















































Alberta 




6 


2 


1 




7 


14 




8 






1 























Cranbrook . 












1 
1 




















Fetnie.. 






























Nanaimo.. 








2 






















Nelson 










1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
2 




















New Westminster. ... 


1 






2 






















Penticton 
























Rcvelstoke 






























Roiisland 






























Vancouver i ... . , 


8 


10 

1 


8 


4 

1 


2 


4 
1 




3 


1 












Victoria 
































British Columbia 


4 


11 


4 

1 
51 


9 


2 


14 


5 




3 


1 












Dawson, Y.T 


= 




xaer 




-ass 


Grand Total 


U 


»• 


88 


57 


'W 


144 


• 


81 


"T 


18 


4 


TT 


t 


4 







EXCISE TAXES 



43 



90MO-7 



44 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 





Ports 


Lk»Ma 


Stamps 


Auto- 
mobiles 


Matches 


Sales 


Playittc 
Cards 


Ciiara 


1 


Nova Sconx— 

Amherat — 

Annapolis Royal 

Antipooish 

Aricnat 


t eta. 

83 00 
22 00 
4 00 


t cU. 

3.334 72 

1.936 W) 

968 48 

239 32 

352 98 

264 06 

1.281 60 

750 62 

970 66 

1.028 88 

29.114 33 

4.044 34 

1.538 16 

148 38 

1.363 36 

1.142 30 

3.454 18 

1.843 12 

662 66 

1.258 62 

272 84 

452 81 

205 64 

7. 197 48 

4.172 8ft 

269 44 

1.954 48 

2.872 86 


1 cts. 


8 cts. 


$ CU. 

34,494 84 

7.382 54 

321 60 


S Cts. 


t ets. 


3 










1 










4 










6 


Baddeck... 


20 00 

32 00 

30 00 

6 00 

8 00 

14 00 

386 00 

48 00 

46 00 






113 24 
287 74 

4.699 45 
636 37 
888 84 

5.477 17 
169.575 94 

6.887 36 

4.877 32 






6 


Rarringtcn Paaaaca 










7 












8 












9 


Digby 










10 


Glace Bay 










II 


Halifax 


627 21 
166 16 








1? 


Kentville 








n 










14 












IK 




56 00 
10 00 
76 00 
18 00 
22 00 
42 00 

2 00 
18 00 

600 
36 00 
22 00 
36 00 
48 00 
54 00 


205 60 




6.165 01 

1.458 37 

141,495 44 

5.425 68 

33 55 

7.773 38 

382 95 

86 08 

1.484 27 

247.052 06 

60.652 30 

1.507 78 

15.602 34 

8.284 84 






16 










17 












18 


North Sy^fney 










10 












?0 


Pictou 










?1 


Port Hawkeabury 










?? 


Port Hood 










n 


Shelburne 










?» 












?5 


Truro 










?6 


Weymouth 










?7 


Windsor 










?8 










138 39 




Princx Edwabd Iblams — 
Charlottetown 












1,134 00 


73.094 72 


888 96 




733.046 46 


*, . . ■ 


138 39 








?9 


192 00 
90 00 


6.916 42 
2.995 40 






18.236 88 
2.930 61 






30 














N«W BRCNfrWlCK— . 

Bathunt 












282 00 


9,911 82 






21.167 49 
















HI 


90 00 
52 00 
90 00 

113 00 
600 

118 00 

30 00 

4 00 

22 00 

370 00 
26 00 

108 00 


1.562 36 
2.940 24 
1.294 50 
4.879 85 

215 42 
7.675 32 
1.167 14 
1.203 22 

469 98 

26.363 36 

1.393 90 

6.644 04 






15,087 13 

16.086 94 

14.701 31 

35.023 31 

61 83 

72,542 68 

14.362 78 

30.583 74 

278 58 

347. 186 69 

36.915 23 

13.519 22 






8? 




117 33 








33 


Qhatham 








14 












35 


McAdam Junction 










36 




241 64 








17 










38 


SackviUe 

St. Andrews 

St. John 










39 










40 








106 06 


41 


St. St«pb«i 










43 


Woodstock 












Qimio— 
AtbelstAn 












1,029 00 


55.869 33 


358 87 




496.349 44 




106 64 










43 


36 00 
110 00 
154 00 

34 00 

34 00 

4 00 

144 00 

436 00 

28 00 
6.702 00 

2i 00 


1.923 55 

2.969 38 

11.419 58 

1.684 46 

2.063 06 
665 36 

2.865 60 

9.417 94 

1.222 40 

1.120.038 66 

1.105 02 

619 41 

64,471 79 

6.064 45 
5,786 46 

26,816 77 
3,334 64 
1,782 28 
13 60 
6.634 84 
7.664 48 

18.926 73 
3.633 28 






1.321 43 

71.466 84 

33.489 19 

5.607 11 

27.535 98 

880 07 

73.389 16 

109.025 36 

2.667 48 

13.002.81632 

329 56 

254 93 

716.366 77 

12.214 79 

46.130 66 

S66.S87 63 

89.866 46 

6.304 68 






44 


B«ebe Junction 










46 




65 i6 






• M 


46 


Coatioook 








47 




117 00 








48 


Gaape 








49 


Oranby 








l.OM 81 


60 


Hull 




681.314 36 






61 


l^Vf MwAnti<f 








67 


MontrMlT 


1.180 89 


97, 8U 31 


112.763 00 


177.048 00 


61 






64 


Perec 










65 


Quebec 


1.133 00 

118 00 

124 00 

852 00 

08 00 

44 00 


2.160 33 






8,4MSS 


66 










67 




160 00 
66 36 








611 


Sberbrooke 






lit 7S 


n 


Sord ... 








60 


Sutton 










61 












67 


St. Hyacintbe 


340 00 
338 00 
163 00 
MOO 






•8.863 14 

146.680 89 
84.497 36 
43.940 66 






68 


St. Johns 










M 


ThrMlltvan 










M 


VaUeyfield 
























10.70 00 


1.809,911 tt 


S.7U61 


«».ltt47 


1436UU 18 


118.768 00 


ISI.OIO M 



AKirUAL REPORT, 19B9-S9 
tatibns) collected during the fiscal year 1928-29 



WiMB 


AKBeer. 
ito. 


TntHpor- 
tatian 


cheques 


Penalties 
LUanat 


DofOMtk 
Total 


Importationa 


Gnutd 
Tot*l 


'' 


Sides 


Excise 




S eta 


8 eta 


S cU 


S CU 


$ cts 

129 8J 

111 7^ 

71 


S eta 

t 38,041 41 

\ 9.454 2£ 

1.294 78 

239 32 

486 22 

573 82 

6.069 63 

1.302 9S 

1.867 63 

6.609 83 

231.873 68 

21.002 43 

6.464 90 

148 38 

7.795 20 

2.614 17 

145.116 14 

7.750 60 

718 21 

9, 198 27 

657 79 

576 94 

1,708 36 

254,616 32 

64.998 96 

1.816 90 

17,664 61 

12.728 08 


$ eta 

4.910 51 

1.204 2f 
1,339 74 

72 4« 

274 67 

121 24 

1.068 id 

2,830 66 

3.212 13 

6.928 70 

193,543 15 

2.388 77 

6.973 36 

127 34 

1.802 41 

255 99 

7.273 14 

3,608 10 

196 66 

729 50 

305 46 

1,563 07 

656 09 

19.703 15 

9.205 36 
515 89 

2.545 78 
8.532 80 


2.507 34 
370 0! 
138 73 


t eta 

45,459 2( 
11,028 02 

2.773 2e 

311 7k 

760 8V 

725 Ot 

7.506 8C 

4.246 5J 

5.474 V> 

14.407 8« 

462.991 65 

23.803 9j 

14.015 01 

315 89 

10.097 76 

2.939 16 

154.377 52 

11.378 20 

917 87 

9.985 67 

987 25 

2,214 66 

2.435 85 

280.318 40 

80.669 37 

2.500 11 

20.346 34 

23.387 84 


1 


^k:... 





1 4€ 









8 






















5 

6 
7 










02 
58 5f 


30 00 

368 37 

22 90 

395 IS 

869 33 

37.574 81 

412 72 

576 75 

40 17 

500 15 

69 00 

1,988 24 

19 50 

3 00 

57 90 

24 00 

74 65 

71 40 

5,998 93 

6.465 05 

173 32 

135 95 

2.126 96 


















8 
9 
10 
11 
U 
U 
14 
U 
16 
17 










U 






77 90 
4.640 08 
9.707 85 


11 88 

51 22 
156 72 




27.112 88 


457 OQ 

2 00 

3 42 
























5 24 






350 










90 52 






404 80 












19 
20 
21 






93 30 




30 97 












20 06 






22 








12 45 
145 49 
151 86 
1 68 
40 91 
15 44 


23 






181 25 


4 (M 


24 






25 






2 06 

18 88 
1.362 66 




26 

27 














28 










27.112 88 


16.682 n 


223 86 


1.257 99 


853.479 87 


281,889 16 


61,014 41 


1.190,383 44 
















802 
20 38 


25.353 32 
6.036 39 


14,932 06 
5,119 33 


2.517 54 
1.381 56 


42.802 92 
13,537 38 


39 










SO 


















28 40 


31.389 71 


20,051 39 


3,899 10 


65,340 30 






















773 90 

4 31 

88 10 

262 38 


17,513 39 

19,200 82 

16.284 26 

40,278 54 

283 25 

80,761 41 

16,436 72 

31,850 96 

1.067 86 

295,034 67 

38,434 66 

20.290 60 


8,141 84 

5,235 25 

1.051 57 

63.262 60 

1.841 09 

66.768 41 

963 64 

858 97 

1,393 14 

159.802 08 

10,555 23 

13,607 55 


1,115 80 

817 88 

249 84 

3,910 19 

15 00 

3,436 79 

416 49 

233 30 

66 90 

15.071 27 

2.034 05 

4.854 30 


20,771 09 
25,253 95 
17.585 67 

107,451 33 
2,139 34 

140.966 61 

17.816 85 

32,943 23 

3,527 90 

469,908 02 
51.023 94 
38.753 ft4 


11 










TJ 






110 35 




TJ 








14 










15 








48 08 


135 79 
876 80 


16 








17 










18 






287 30 
021 55 






19 




10,842 24 


14 


239 05 
99 53 
19 43 


40 




41 










43 


K 












19,842 24 


1.329 20 


54 23 


2.499 29 


577.437 23 


323,481 37 


32.221 87 


933.140 47 




^ 












17 

85 14 

323 31 


3.281 IS 

74.631 36 

45.772 23 

7,325 57 

29,751 20 

1,549 43 

77.483 83 

051,192 00 

3,917 88 

19,905,695 45 

3,616 53 

874 34 

1,175,675 13 

18.411 61 

51.660 39 

410,252 04 

33,490 15 

7.005 44 

13 50 

94.304 06 

154,4M 33 

9>,7M 67 

47,045 31 


10.714 72 

7,442 58 

20.456 08 

1.686 04 

18.728 91 

227 79 

5.048 10 

18.463 28 

725 46 

3.899.975 96 

249 57 

497 69 

240.200 40 

3.770 78 

21.344 69 

75.619 32 

1.748 62 

3.851 18 

7.939 59 

10.279 58 

41,837 67 

S0.I06 31 

8,360 34 


7.903 26 

1.399 06 

1.738 14 

301 23 

196 93 

6 00 

736 85 

1,511 24 

916 34 

387.368 06 

SSOO 

"mIwim 

2,128 96 
502 32 

9.423 61 
167 16 

1.004 34 
375 05 

3.604 47 
17.730 93 

5,910 74 
038 


21.899 13 

83.473 00 

67.966 45 

9.312 84 

48.6n04 

1.783 22 

83.258 77 

071.167 18 

6.559 58 

33.103.935 12 

3.899 10 

1.372 03 

1.444.767 17 

24.311 25 

n.507 40 

4M.394 57 

8S.40S93 

13.010 86 

8,238 74 

107,378 101 

314,013 r* < 

141,068 6k ( 

to. 613 06 ( 


41 










44 






314 70 




45 








40 










1 10 


17 


* ■ 








48 










1S0 8S 
888 26 


40 


,_ 




3SU 


75 30 


W 






ft 




1.278.621 92 


2.094.975 51 
2,034 35 


3,355 57 


63,485 47 
119 60 


U 

St 








M 


' 


377,883 30 


5.461 08 
911 60 


33 10 


6.001 65 
102 67 
460 39 

1.534 09 
291 10 

. 34 63 


U 
M 








\J 


' 


3,928 74 


10.Sa 4ft 




w 






19 


'■- 








W 










\\ 


' 








66 07 

00 54 

17SM 

1 37 


It 








11 82 


n 








M 


■ 








It 












; 


1.800.4a M 


iM*,m M 


S.474 M 


. u,4m U 


IS.966.ttS 6« 


S.4M.a7 41 


SM.TWn 


M. 761, 146 M 





60040-8 



46 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 





Port* 


Liccuee 


Stamps 


Anto- 
mobiles 


Matches 


Rales 


Flaying 
Cards 


Cigars 


1 


Ontario— 


t cts. 

84 00 
218 50 

28 00 
372 00 
114 00 

98 00 
178 00 

88 00 
134 00 

54 00 
8 00 

30 00 

96 00 
294 00 

36 00 

172 00 

354 00 

1,322 00 

44 00 

62 00 
150 00 
486 00 
164 00 
742 00 

94 00 
6 00 

36 00 
238 00 
294 00 
251 00 
110 00 
1,104 00 
120 00 

48 00 
128 00 
166 00 

52 00 

70 00 

50 00 
4 00 

64 00 
156 00 
118 00 
142 00 
236 00 

72 00 
364 00 
123 00 

54 00 
8,292 00 

28 00 

18 00 
168 00 

60 00 
620 00 
140 00 


$ cts. 

6,727 84 
10.221 18 

1.380 02 
13.801 91 

2,659 47 

4.462 28 
12,583 05 

3.248 19 
4.301 12 
6.191 34 
358 94 
2.839 86 
7.316 39 
7,948 79 
1,822 12 
9, 120 92 

17.331 95 

63,161 66 
2,996 66 
2.780 58 
7.927 25 

18.027 78 
5,954 83 

38,067 08 
2.547 78 
2.133 76 
2,172 84 
8,301 57 

28.229 97 
7,343 41 

10,491 23 

96,633 15 
7,806 62 
2,184 72 

1.463 60 
10,325 69 

2,559 84 
6,529 37 
2,480 68 
174 64 
2,086 36 

10.561 62 
8.927 92 
5.202 95 

10,737 98 
9.442 07 

11.755 57 

10.328 86 
2,097 58 
1.018,823 30 
1,810 28 
1,576 27 
6,758 30 
3,239 14 

39,625 52 
6,132 88 


t oto. 


t ets. 


1 OU. 

18.987 19 

695.720 38 

208.690 30 

825.811 19 

67.200 82 

61.130 82 

73.527 63 

27.709 42 

27. 758 49 

90.517 82 

3.357 15 

18,303 88 

32,168 92 

869. 101 78 

6.669 74 

101.376 08 

471,940 95 

2,753,802 24 

21,662 76 

27,181 15 

58,025 95 

711,609 69 

37,299 84 

770,816 91 

29,481 75 

6,6&t 39 

15,676 12 

208,569 77 

90,683 34 

56.418 35 

1,766,746 85 

798.486 80 

107.505 70 

166,641 27 

11.838 34 

403.108 07 

10.541 05 

50,413 36 

20.681 70 

37 87 

119.132 92 

1,917,470 08 

405,625 07 

31.247 17 

250.974 11 

75,803 06 

264,603 04 

77,257 03 

19.573 31 

11,527,277 89 

17,715 35 

11.999 67 

93.930 69 

5.530 72 

2,674,169 43 

127.696 60 


f ots. 


t cts. 


? 


IMleville 
























Brantford 
























Brock ville 












Chatham 


30,597 29 
































Cmnw^ 












Doseronto 












Fort Frances 












Fort William 












Gait 
























Godericb 












Guelph 


1,879 47 
1.069 24 








18 








83.482 as 


19 


Ingvscm 








?0 


Kenora 










?1 




408 60 








Tf 








M SO 


71 


Lindaay 










?4 


London 


218 78 






10,007 18 


?S 


Midland 








?fi 












77 


Napanee 










?S 


Niagara Falls 








08 70 


?9 












30 


Orillia 










11 


Oshawa 


315,316 22 
690 30 








3? 


OtUwa 


868,041 31 






33 


Owon Sound 




M7 37 


34 


Paris 










3« 












3() 












17 


Picton 










38 


Port Arthur 










39 


Port Hope 










40 


PortMcNiooll 










41 


Prescott 










4? 












43 


Sault 8t«. Marie 








20 80 


44 












45 


Stratford 


1,088 60 






10 


46 


Sudbury 








47 


St. Catharines 








61 03 


4H 


St. Thomas 








211 25 


49 


Tillsonburg 










50 


Toronto 


158,239 89 


6,221 04 




88,909 93 


51 


Trenton 






5? 












fil 


Welland 








14 83 


54 


Whitby 










55 


Windsor 


504.875 73 




156.000 00 




56 


Woodstock 








MANrroBA— 












18,734 60 


1,591,716 68 


1,014.383 92 


873.262 35 


28.332,861 97 


156.000 00 


141.480 50 


57 


54 00 


17.047 88 
272 98 
482 12 

16,142 88 
157,995 12 






16.480 63 






58 












59 


Gretna 














60 


Portace )» Prairie 


66 00 
1,272 00 






26,879 73 
1.590.176 45 






61 


Winnipeg 


233 74 










SiUnUICBXWAH— 

MooaeJaw 










1.382 00 


191,940 98 


233 74 




1.632.686 81 






67 


138 00 
14 00 
50 00 
170 00 
152 00 


64,781 96 
4,754 91 
23.579 06 
71.674 03 
61,629 42 






26,082 24 
10.432 46 
46, 120 26 
168,381 53 
78,286 11 






63 


North Portal 










64 


Prince Albert 










AA 


fiesina 


• 








M 


SanKatooD 
























524 00 


206.419 38 






808.210 60 








SB^^^ZXB 


^^^BS^^S 




S^l^K^B 



r 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19i8-89 
tations) collected during the fiscal year 1928-29 — Continued 



47 



Wiaea 


Al«.B«cr. 
etc. 


Tranqxx-- 
tatkn 


Emboaaed 
cheqaea 


Penaltiea 

aad 
latereat 


Domeatio 
Total 


Impartatioos 


Gnad 
Total 




Saka 


Ezciae 




t eU. 


S eta. 


t eta. 
979 35 


S eta. 


S eta. 

81 33 
378 75 

3 02 
81 81 
26 35 
74 21 

348 35 

67 42 

94 88 

2,750 22 

4 61 
4 41 

34 58 

1,172 01 

8 38 

29 96 
1,109 78 
3,353 05 

29 50 

23 21 
99 14 

980 00 

745 92 

2,653 74 

aoi 97 

16 40 

24 88 
186 01 

2,688 39 
316 96 
145 30 

5,843 98 
115 24 
273 70 
360 51 
405 96 
3 98 
450 43 
78 60 


S eta. 

28,839 71 

708.510 22 

210,101 34 

358,221 41 

70.101 05 

55.887 41 

117.213 12 

31.103 03 

32.288 47 

99.549 18 

3,728 70 

34,344 43 

53.709 48 

405.100 93 

7,526 24 

110,709 81 

510,455 28 

3,092.605 92 

24.738 16 

33.362 40 

86.311 19 

844. 134 94 

44.164 59 

1.500.053 05 

32.554 60 

8,819 55 

17,909 84 

344,549 07 

142,472 72 

65,481 72 

2,093,091 60 

2,110,707 67 

117,142 38 

169,147 69 

13,803 70 

414,005 71 

13,156 87 

80,974 44 

23,288 88 

316 51 

121,328 96 

1,930,393 78 

434,662 81 

36,631 24 

265.207 50 

118.018 9S 

400,849 51 

88,113 88 

21,769 50 

13,380,113 70 

19.563 51 

13.594 11 

123.520 16 

8.856 87 

4,079.946 86 

134.294 60 


< eta. 

14,793 41 
21,587 84 

2,420 35 
33.747 29 
51,940 19 

8.969 04 
28.030 82 

8.716 73 

2.617 53 
19,788 57 

382 39 

10.908 42 

153.251 50 

20.827 10 

3.867 24 

5.717 21 
24.674 90 

308.973 88 

4.878 90 

10.425 65 

16,970 54 

48,441 54 

6,610 So 

131,926 62 

2.618 45 
2,022 30 
6,645 75 

112,103 09 

59,667 81 

7,952 71 

39,709 42 

262,792 75 

10,114 99 

6,134 36 

1,6(0 25 

35.509 44 
1,731 96 

48,060 11 

2,525 14 

347 79 

6,306 37 

78.510 35 
28,298 63 

9,434 24 

25,714 15 

25,338 14 

42,637 43 

38,129 13 

4,329 0( 

3,527,437 00 

3,887 68 

4,066 06 

26,264 11 

822 86 

713,963 66 

14,189 21 


S eta. 

44 15 

11.729 91 

15 56 

389 62 

38,805 24 

1,005 75 

278 34 

62 81 

131 82 

1,434 40 

7 50 

126 26 

5,508 86 

272 94 

524 16 

404 32 

1.824 17 

8,643 2& 

21 30 

825 84 

2,593 21 

1,297 94 

1,354 27 

2,078 54 

668 14 

433 53 

32 40 

74,031 87 

9,003 50 

1,997 06 

18.8(8 51 

35.156 43 

2.873 74 


S eta 

41.877 27 

741.807 97 
212,537 25 
382.338 32 
180,848 48 

85,882 20 
143.522 28 

37.882 57 

35.037 82 

120,772 15 

4,118 59 

45.379 11 
211.467 84 
426,201 02 

11,917 64 

118,831 34 

638,964 35 

3,408,323 06 

29.636 36 

44.613 89 
105.874 94 
893.874 4 J 

52.129 71 
1.634,058 21 

35,839 19 

11,275 38 

24,687 99 
630,684 03 
211,144 03 

75,431 51 

2,151,649 53 

2,408,656 85 

130,131 11 

176.282 05 

16,691 61 
464.423 33 

16,096 83 
134.807 65 

26.817 09 

684 30 

130.860 30 

2.034.071 78 

488.967 82 

64.663 13 
291,996 40 
147.188 06 
448,760 3/ 
133,099 51 

28,128 04 
17,111,283 84 

23,500 69 

17,947 85 
164,150 46 

9,968 99 

5,463,441 72 

148,497 70 


1 




1.971 41 




? 








1 


523 00 


17.568 43 




85 28 


4 


100 41 




6 






122 10 











78 90 


7 








8 










9 






35 80 




10 








11 




13.166 28 
11.835 67 
25.263 04 






1? 


1.220 89 


37 25 
1,301 40 




13 




19 98 


14 




16 






10 85 

9 00 

1.153 50 




10 


60 84 
1.902 05 


17.717 05 
233.320 98 


52 24 

1,068 96 

624 


17 
18 
19 




3,319 16 
18,483 28 
112.622 18 


6 30 
1.237 07 


d) 






?1 


307 19 


132 82 


23 






23 


2,688 81 


866,106 61 


658 50 
329 10 


203 64 


24 

•/5 








26 










?7 


127.147 02 




15 00 

30.577 02 

1,152 00 

282 00 

224,887 24 

1,027 55 




28 








29 








30 








31 




114,638 33 


482 56 


32 




33 








34 






13 26 




147 66 
4,906 18 

208 80 

5.763 00 

307 


35 








3(i 










37 




33,399 78 


111 60 




3S 






39 










40 






52 15 

64 20 

3.680 64 




3 53 

52 06 

357 96 

39 13 

239 01 

1,108 40 

1,272 09 

193 72 

44 61 

89,279 22 

9 88 

17 

1,124 91 

27 01 

8,292 29 

326 12 


3,024 97 

25,167 65 

5,998 18 

8,587 86 

1.076 75 

3.830 96 

3.273 43 

7,457 52 

27 50 

203,732 88 

49 50 

267 46 

4,368 19 

279 26 

669,642 40 

13 89 


41 




3.088 24 
17.038 03 


1 68 


43 
43 






44 




1.932 80 
31.433 78 
86.138 99 






4> 


140 67 


30 00 
1,886 30 




48 


66.789 66 


21 82 


47 
4H 










49 


6,767 48 


340,313 30 


183,344 86 


3,846 92 


50 
51 










52 


169 68 


31,334 42 




29 96 


63 






54 


4.891 17 


896,398 28 


66 00 


210 26 


55 

55 


301.378 35 


2.433,831 89 


441,758 82 


6,(B9 14 


72,500 60 


35,283,940 81 


6,083,380 87 


1.158,114 16 


42,625,441 84 






38.811 78 






86 49 


69,479 78 
372 98 
483 12 

4S.880 41 
3.a0.638 06 


38,901 39 
17,183 20 
3.300 20 
31,716 57 
1,177,294 14 


4.038 30 

8,773 64 

3(6 16 

2,313 49 

103,659 83 


103,417 47 

31,339 82 

4,138 48 

77,890 47 

3,630.489 06 


67 








18 












(9 






778 16 
19.906 20 




366 

4.894 08 


00 


908 36 


463,881 70 


1,370 44 


81 


906 35 


489,693 48 


30,883 36 


1.270 44 


4,ga» 


S.S43.830 37 


1,268,395 50 


114,129 42 


t.m.Ut 83 






37,781 98 
21.149 40 
62.086 00 
88,827 78 
80,036 86 




66 04 


3 01 


100.743 81 
38.360 77 
130,934 83 
394,364 17 
306,631 84 


106,940 33 

33.996 08 

13.670 11 

300,307 83 

187.797 31 


24,726 93 

3,498 34 

4,190 63 

38,010 86 

36,878 79 


03.643 87 
I38,«0»48 
731.473 36 
398.906 84 


82 






IS 






27 88 
108 82 
64 06 


83 83 

99 23 

386 80 


M 




600 


>6 




08 




349.8M77 


600 


131 M 


66147 


768,903 33 


704.610 04 


06,000 33 


1,688.414 79 





D 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 





P«rto 


Lieeaaee 


Stamps 


Aato- 
mofailee 


Ifatefaes 


fialea 


Cards 


CiiMa 


1 


ALaCRTA— 

r^ntcMT 


t eta. 

428 00 

614 00 

72 00 

36 00 


S ets. 

91,722 98 
79,948 81 
18,307 07 
5,728 18 


t cts. 

512 75 
266 60 
164 60 


1 cts. 


S CtB. 

400.702 79 

315.324 74 

85,149 26 

31.336 4a 


$ cts 


1 cU. 

307 63 


7 










8 


I.«tiil)«i4l«> , 








4 


MMliotoeHat. 










Abbottrford 












1.150 00 


lftS.706 99 


943 75 




832,513 19 




307 63 












76 eo 

44 00 
36 00 
12 00 

132 00 
14 00 

270 00 
38 00 

292 00 

198 00 

38 00 

2,259 00 

256 00 


1,873 34 
3.098 48 
1.307 34 
784 51 
8,773 94 
4.932 44 

12.551 00 
7.095 22 
7.777 11 

10.026 40 

3,173 33 

157.123 29 

23.944 61 






14.130 60 
23.585 08 
11.088 n 
6.422 73 
82,409 4S 
28,732 84 

362. 185 52 
17.524 66 
44.428 19 
30.290 03 
10.439 17 
1.303.266 13 

222,304 34 








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OtHirl Fnrkn 












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307 47 


It 


NAoa 


55 35 








11 


M«w WwtmiMtflr 






208 50 


n 


PiMtifiton 










n 


Priaoe Rupert 










14 


Rsvektoke 










15 


RoD-laad 










1(1 




2,593 87 
2,464 42 






4,472 34 


n 


Vietori*. 






123 03 




Yxnum Tkbritobt — 
Dawson 










3,665 00 


242,461 01 


6.113 34 




1.006,800 80 




6.101 34 










w 


400 
2 00 


«38 70 
239 20 






403 40 
826 00 






1C 


White Horse 












Nova Stiotia 












000 


777 90 






930 4B 
















m 


1.134 00 

282 00 

1.029 00 

10,783 00 

18,734 50 

1.382 00 

524 00 

1.150 00 

3,665 00 

000 


73,094 72 

9,911 82 

55,869 33 

1.299.911 52 

1.591.716 68 

191.940 98 

206,419 38 

195,706 90 

242.461 01 

777 90 


888 9B 




783,046 4B 
21,167 40 

496,349 4>k 
14,866,212 18 
28.332,861 K 
1.632.536 81 

309.210 60 

832.513 10 

1.026.806 80 

930 48 




138 20 


21 


Prinee Edward laUnd 








n 


New Brunswick 


358 87 

3.738 51 

1.014,383 92 

233 74 






105 04 


7S 


Qnebeo 


629. 132 47 
873,262 36 


112.752 00 
156.000 00 


181 630 35 


74 


Ontario. 


141.480 59 


3ft 


Mnmtohft 




2« 


SaakatdiewaD 








27 


Alberta. 


943 75 
6.113 24 






307 02 


28 


British Columbia. 






6.101 34 


2t 


Yukon Territory 






















































38,689 60 


3.867,810 38 


1.006,660 90 


1,502.394 82 


49.151,635 51 


268.752 00 


328.763 83 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19i8-S9 
tations) collected during the fiscal year 1928-29-M7oncZw</ed 



WiMa 


Ale. Beer, 
ete. 


"ntuiapor- 
tatioB 


Emboased 
cbeqoes 


Penalties 

and 
Interest 


Domestic 
Total 


Importations 


Grand 
Total 


^ 




Sales 


Excise 




t cto. 


< cts. 

266,974 41 

163.120 67 

192.773 13 

987 94 


S cte. 

10 00 
9,938 88 


$ cts 
125 74 


t cts 

7,555 30 

1,413 81 

805 12 

512 28 


S cts. 

768.339 54 
570,627 41 
297,271 08 
38,600 80 


$ cts 

367.676 94 

255,602 51 

51.068 26 

15,965 22 


% cto 

71.076 46 

50.681 17 

8,015 08 

3,213 58 


S cto. 

1,207,002 94 1 
876.911 09 3 
356,344 42 3 
57.779 60 4 






















623.856 15 


9,9(8 88 


125 74 


10,286 51 


1,674,838 83 


690,302 93 


132,986 29 


2.498,128 05 
















234 15 

199 86 

101 28 

4 79 

129 25 

456 67 

1,422 09 

162 38 

253 97 

397 99 

133 15 

13.402 33 

459 05 


16.314 05 
42.891 57 
34.177 06 
7,224 03 
61,792 59 
55,835 68 

322,223 89 
32,187 48 
52,923 49 
45,260 08 
16,633 77 
1,663,817 72 

362,118 63 


8.387 41 
9,945 36 
8,538 76 
5,728 55 
7.614 46 
9.703 58 

31,573 90 
5,722 67 

18,383 78 
8,576 99 

11,336 87 

1.340,274 03 

212,889 70 


484 98 

4,245 40 

309 16 

396 67 

19 96 

2.897 54 

13.202 03 

692 48 

1.766 50 

2,436 97 

1.764 79 

104.987 77 

18.604 92 


25,186 44 
57,082 33 
43,024 98 
13.349 25 
69.427 01 
68.436 80 

366,999 S3 
38,602 63 
73.072 77 
56.274 0( 
29,735 43 
3,099,079 52 

593,613 25 


6 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 




15,949 15 
21,612 53 


15 00 
10 00 






21 60 








140 50 






21,597 28 
45,256 18 
5,318 77 


47 20 


220 60 


20 00 

2.048 45 

41 00 

500 








131 22 




4,342 66 

2.850 12 

229,677 07 

101.899 15 






592 02 
8,619 88 


39,054 79 
1.870 95 


1,377 18 
177 30 


9,432 50 


448.502 91 


43.205 69 


1.751 50 


17.356 % 


2.703,400 04 


1,678,676 06 


151.806 17 


4,533,884 27 














»4« 19 
772 69 


2,946 24 
9,430 13 


189 70 
216 19 


4,062 13 
10.419 01 


18 






450 






19 














4 50 






1,718 88 


12.376 37 


406 89 


14,501 14 






27.112 88 


16,582 71 


223 86 


1.257 99 

28 40 

2,499 29 

74,469 12 

72,500 60 

4,983 22 

551 47 

10,286 51 

17,356 96 


853,479 87 

31,389 71 

577,437 23 

22,956,822 64 

35,283.946 81 

2,343,630 37 

766,903 82 

1,674,838 83 

2,703,400 W 

1.718 88 


281.889' 16 

20,051 39 

323,481 37 

3,430,537 48 

6,083,380 87 

1,268,395 50 

7(M,510 64 

690,302 93 

1,678,676 06 

12,376 37 

1,433 »i 


61,014 41 

3,899 10 

32,221 87 

380.780 73 

1.158.114 16 

114.129 42 

95,000 33 

132.986 29 

151.808 17 

406 89 


1.196.383 44 

55.340 20 

933.140 47 

26.768.140 85 

42,525,441 84 

3,726,155 29 

1,566.414 79 

2,498.128 06 

4.533,884 27 

14.501 14 

1.433 94 

195.201 50 


20 
21 






19.842 24 
3,660,433 96 
2,433,831 89 
489,693 48 
249,859 77 
623,856 15 
448,502 91 


1,329 20 

2,114,285 24 

441.756 82 

20,683 35 

5 00 

9,948 88 

43,205 69 

4 50 


54 22 
3,474 29 
6,089 14 
1.270 44 
333 60 
125 74 
1,754 50 


22 


2bi;378 35 
906 35 


23 
24 
SS 
30 


' 9;432 50 


37 
38 
29 


British Poet Office Pa 
Embossed Cheques (] 


reels 








[}eDartinental) 195.201 50^ 




195,201 50 
















«U,717 »|7,MS,m S8p.M7,8«l l*| M8,477 M 


183,133 56 


C7,S88.7«t 79 


14,m,tS5 71 


MM.SW 37 


84,914, IM 78 





INCOME TAXES 



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Income Tax Division, 

^ Ottawa, July 26, 1929. 

Honourable W. D. Euler, 

Minister of National Revenue, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit a statement showing the amount of 
taxes collected under the Income War Tax Act for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1929. 

I have the honour, to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

C. S. WALTERS, 

Commissioner of Income Tax 



61 



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SHIPPING REPORT 



RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



MS<»-1 



SHIPPING REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE 

(CUSTOMS DIVISION) 



CONTAINING THE 



STATEMENTS OF NAVIGATION AND SHIPPING 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



FOR 



THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1929 

COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS IN THE 
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE 



<'^;^> 



OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

FRINTKR TO THE KINO'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

19M 



RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



I 



DO 



MINISTERE DU REVENU NATIONAL 

(SERVICE DES DOUANES) 



CONTENANT LA 



STATISTIQUE DE lA NAVIGATION INTERIEURE ET MARITIME 



DU 



DOMINION DU CANADA 



POUR 



L'EXERCICE SE TERMINANT LE 31 MARS 



1929 



RAPPORTS OFFICIELS COMPILES PAR LS 
MINIST£RE DU REVENU NATIONAL 



« 



OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

IMPRIMEUR DE 8A TR^ EXCELLENTE MAJBSTA LB ROf 

ino 






W. D. EuLER, Esq., 

Minister of National Revenue. 



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Sir, — I have the honour to hand you the Annual Shipping Report of the 
Department of National Revenue (Customs Division), containing statements 
of Navigation and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1929, as compiled from oflficial returns. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

R. W. BREADNER, 

Commissioner of Customs. 
Ottawa, October 28, 1929. 



V. i c 



M. W. D. EuLER, 

Ministre du Revenu national. 

Monsieur, — J'ai I'honneur de vous soumettre le rapport annuel de la 
Navigation du ministdre du Revenu national (Service des Douanes), compre- 
nant les tableaux de la navigation int^rieure et maritime du Dominion du 
Canada pour I'exercice se terminant le 31 mars 1929, tel que compile des rap- 
ports oflftciels. 

J'ai I'honneur d'etre monsieur, 

Votre tout d6vou6, 



Ottawa, le 28 octobre 1929. 



R. W. BREADNER, 

'■^M^ Commissaire des Douanes, 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
etc., etc., Governor General and Commander in Chief of the Dominion oj 
Canada. 

Mat it Please Your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
Report of the Department of National Revenue containing Statements of 
Navigation and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1929, as compiled from official returns. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

W. D. EULER, 

Minister of National Revenue. 
Ottawa, October 30, 1929. 



A Son Excellence le Tres Honorable Vicomte Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G 
etc., etc., Gouverneur general et Commandant en chef du Dominion du Canada. 

Qu'iL Plai8E a Votre Excellence: 

Le soussign^ a I'honneur de presenter 4 Votre Excellence le rapport annuel 
du minist^re du Revenu National, comprenant les tableaux de la navigation 
et du commerce du Dominion du Canada pour I'exercice se terminant le 31 
mars 1929 tel que compile des rapports officiels. 

Le tout respectueusement soumis. 

W. D. EULER, 

Ministre du Revenu National. 
Ottawa, le 30 o<t <.!.•*. 1929. 



INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



No. of 
8Ut»- 
meat 



Deacriptioa 



?•«• 



Total Veaada bailt, registered, and aold, and total tonnage entered Inwards and Outwards since 

Confederation 

Statement, by Ports, of Veaaels built and registered, 1028 

Statement showing the trade via St. I^wrence River (Sea-Roing Vessels, Inwards and Outwards)... 

Statement of Vessels entered Inwards from Sea, by Porte and Outports 

Abatzact, by Countries, of Vessels entered Inwards from Sea 

Stat«neat of Vessels entered Outwards for Sea, by Ports and Outports 

Abstract, by Countries, of Vessels entered Outwards for Sea 

Summary Statement of Sea-going Vessels Arrived and Departed, by P«ts 

Statement of the Nationalities of Sea-going Vessels 

Summary Statement of Sea-going Vessels entered Inwards and Outwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels Arrived and Departed (exclusive of Coasting Vessels) 

Trade with each Country, by Porta, and Nationality of Vessels Inwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels bwards from Sea, by Countries and Nationalities 

Trade with each Country, by Ports, and Nationality of Vessels Outwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels Outwards for Sea, by Countries and Nationalities 

Statement of intercourse by Inland Navigation between Canada and United States, Inwards 

Statement of intercourse by Inland Navigation between Canada aind United States, Outwards 

Summary Statement of Inland Navigation, Inwards and Outwards 

Statement of Vessels entered and cleared, coastwise 

Statement of Vessels Arrived and Departed, by Provinces, Ports and Outports 



7 
8 
« 
10 
14 
18 
22 
24 
27 
28 
2» 
30 
58 
62 
f2 
04 
07 
100 
101 
111 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 

TONNAGE SHOWN IN STATEMENTS ARE NET TONS 

TABLE DE LA STATISTIQUE 



Nm 

dea 
£ut8 



Description 



Page 



Nombre total dee vaiaaeaux coostruits, enregistria et vendus, et nombre total du tonnage dtelaris k 

I'entrte et ii la sortie, depuis la Conf6dtektion 

£tat, par ports, des navires construits et enregistr^s, 1928 

£tat dn Commerce r is le fleuve St-Laureot (loag-oourriers) & I'entrfie et k la sortie 

£tat, par ports et ports secondaires, dea laag-courriera dtelarte k I'entrte 

Relev6, par pays, des long-eourriers dtelarte & I'entrfe 

£tat par ports et ports secondaires dea loog-oourriera d6clar€s k la sortie 

Ilelev^, par pays, de long-courrien d^clarte h la sortie 

£tat sommaire par ports, dee arrivages et departs des long-courriers 

£tat dea nationality dea long-oourriers 

£tat amnmaire dee long-oourriers dMar£s k I'entrte et & la sortie 

£tat sommaire dee arrivages et dea departs des navires {k Texclusioa dea oabotien) 

Commerce aveo cbaque paya, par porta, et natiooalitte dea navirea dfelarfe k l'entr6e 

£tat sommaire, par pays, et nationalitte dea long-oourriers dfclaria il I'entrfe 

Commerce avec chaque paya, par porta et nationality dea navirea dfolarfa k la aortie 

£tat aommaire, par pays, et nationality des loog-courriera dfelarfa k la aortie 

£tat du oommerre, par navigation latMeore, cntre le Canada et lea fitats-Unia, k I'entrfo 

£tat du commerce, par navigation iatMeure, entre le Canada et lee ^tataUnis, k la sortie 

£tat aommaire da la navigation intArieora k I'entrte et i la sortie 

£ut dea aaviraa dtilarte k I'entrte at & la aortie oomme oabotiers 

£tat, par proriaoaB. porta at ports aaoondairea, dea arrivagea et daa dAparU dea aavirea 



7 
8 

10 
14 
18 
22 
24 
27 
28 

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ts 

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101 

111 



NOTE EXPLICATIVE 

LE TONNAGE INDIQUfi DANS LES TABLEAUX EST EN TONNES NETTES 

6 



DOUANES—RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



No. 1. — Comparative Statement showing the Tonnage of all Vessels entered 

Inwards and Outwards, from 186§ to 1929 inclusive. 
N** 1. — £tat comparatif indiquant le tonnage de tous les navires d^clar^s k 
I'entr^e et k la sortie depuis 1868 k 1929 inclusivement. 
navigation 



m ¥\Mf*l Yew 
B Exercioe 


Veeaels 
built 

Navires 
oonstruits 


Vessels 
registered 

Navires 
enregistrte 


Vessels 
entered 
Inwards and 
Outwards 
(Sea-going 
and Inland 
Navigation 
exclusive o( 
Coasting) 

Navires 
d6clar«8& 
l*entr6eet & 

la sortie 

(navi^tion 

maritime et 

int^eurc k 

1 'exclusion du 

cabotage) 


VesMOs 

entered 

and cleared 

Coastwise 

Naviree 
du cabotage 

d6c!w«s& 
I'entr^c et k 

la sortie 


VeeseUsoldto 
other countries 

Naviree vendua k 
d'autrea pays 


«.» ..«.,-... 


Tonnage 
Tonnage 


Value 
Valeur 


1808 


Tons 

Tonnes 
87.230 
06.439 
93.166 
106.101 
114.065 
140.370 
174.404 
188.098 
165.041 
127,297 
100,976 
103,551 
68.756 
79.364 
e8.240 
73.576 
70.287 
57.486 
37.531 
26,798 
22.608 
23.835 
39,434 
55,477 
44.321 
38.521 
23.497 
18.738 
10,753 
12.058 
22.426 
22.085 
38,644 
20.156 
28.288 
30.860 
28,397 
21.865 
18.724 
33.305 
49.038 
39,038 
34.060 
33.813 
31.006 
24.326 
46.887 
46.721 
13.407 
28.038 
6S.013 
104.444 
104.074 
06.888 
78.400 
14,808 
30,880 
80.147 
30.840 
83.801 
13,904 
40.718 


Tons 

Tonnes 
113.692 
125.408 
110,852 
121.724 
127.371 
152.226 
163.016 
204.002 
144,422 
126.160 
100,089 
94.882 
64.982 
70.210 
78.076 
78.229 
80.822 
65.962 
40.872 
67,662 
33.298 
31.998 
53,853 
52.506 
61.457 
45.796 
29.878 
26.126 
14.144 
22.059 
27.716 
28.257 
40.443 
35.156 
34.236 
41.405 
33,192 
27.583 
37,639 
31.635 
78, 144 
32.899 
33.383 
60,000 
80.021 
30.336 
46.909 
65.384 
103.239 
106.820 
70.860 
102.883 
387.033 
188.016 
1S1.733 
67.440 
74.311 
48.054 
88.880 
79.448 
04.301 
188.073 


Tons 

Tonnes 
12,982,825 
10.461.044 
11,415,870 
13.126.028 
12.808.160 
11.748.997 
11.399.857 
9.537.155 
9.911.199 
11.091,244 
12.054.890 
11.646.812 
13,577.845 
13.802.432 
13,379.882 
13.770.735 
14.359.026 
14.084.712 
13,969.232 
14.090.998 
15.217.308 
16.054.221 
18,446.100 
18.803.648 
18.692.455 
18.539.534 
20,353.081 
19.100.963 
21.870.473 
23,373.033 
24.746,116 
25,420.110 
36.914.095 
26.029.808 
30.025,404 
33.656,043 
31.202,205 
32,277.820 
34.732.172 
30.505.891 
39.575.031 
40.701.603 
44.667.991 
47.430.646 
63.078.137 
67.840.783 
01,010,483 
63,604,163 
67,731,008 
06,713.644 
00,803,488 
63.330,048 
40,403,688 
64,048.080 
60,006.368 
73,403.188 
74.047,378 
77,030,061 
76,340,887 
77,841.080 
88,803,707 
08.788.Sr 


Tons 
Tonnes 


Tons 
Tonnes 


8 


1808 








1870 








1871 








1872 








1873 








1874 








1876 








1870 


10,300,939 
8,068,862 
11.047.661 
12.066,683 
14.063,013 
15.116.766 
14.701.064 
15.683.566 
15.473.707 
15.944.422 
16,368,274 
17.513,677 
18.789.279 
19.834.577 
22.797.115 
24.694.580 
24.783.844 
24.579.123 
26.560.968 
25,473,434 
27,431,753 
27.287.070 
20. 63.950 
30.212.406 
33.631.730 
34.444.706 
40.700.907 
44.090.868 
45,505,122 
44.377,261 
46.324.062 
31.601.420 
50.630.836 
62.670.108 
56.750.028 
60.637.034 
00.307.003 
73.044.713 
78.360.800 
73.000.083 
08.700.434 
04.808.033 
01.403.000 
64.608.838 
00.688,068 
80.888.600 
01,887,080 
70,070.078 
77.806.138 
80.010.810 
83.887,056 
86.743,880 
80.6r,010 
07,058.086 


64.134 

40.320 

35.030 

10.318 

16,208 

16.808 

16.101 

23.800 

17.368 

18,177 

14.343 

0.263 

14,479 

10.173 

22.844 

15.143 

36.390 

31,317 

21.900 

10.607 

13.303 

0.168 

17,210 

7.503 

18.354 

4.400 

11.360 

11.173 

7.208 

3.606 

9.487 

3.886 

4.515 

3.044 

5.047 

5.886 

4.205 

7.970 

8,368 

17.044 

4.630 

34.084 

S5,3U 

48,068 

88,407 

84,088 

88,468 

30,804 

17,070 

31,080 

34.078 

37.087 

10.807 

18.037 


2.180.270 


1877 


1.576.244 


1878 


1.218.145 


1870 


529.824 


1880 


464,327 


1881 


348.018 


1883 


402.311 


1883 


506.538 


m4 


416,756 


1885 


246,277 


1880 


266.363 


1887 


143,773 


1888 


289,960 


1880 


266,817 


1800 


442.781 


1801 


280.474 


1803 


506.747 


1803 


363.010 


1804 


243.430 


1806 


173.603 


1800 


00.308 


1807 


106. 104 


1808 


101,000 


1800 


120,406 


1000 

lOOl 


205.018 
60.408 


1002 


236.868 


1008 


220,008 


10O4 


87,118 


1006 

1006 

1007* 

1908 


100,303 
187,738 
08,100 
133,000 


1000 


08.643 




133,800 


1011 


301.630 




140.350 


1018 


010.650 


1014 

1016 

1010 

1017 


100.618 
1.150.050 

103.578 
4.808.570 


1018 


6.330.860 


1010 : 


14.013.338 


1030 


17.810,477 


1031 


8.480.878 




8.300.460 


1038 


1.000.837 


1034 

1025 


008,311 
717.730 


1036 


1.418.160 


1037 


1,084.040 
600.408 


1888 


184.780 



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9 



I 



No. 3. — Statement showing the Trade via St. Lawrence River (Sea-going 

Vessels) Inwards and Outwards. 

N** 3. — Etat du commerce via le fleuve Saint-Laurent par long-courriers 
d^clar^s k I'entr^ et k la sortie. 



Veoeels 
NavireB 



Tons 
Register 

Tonnage 
enregiBtrt 



Freight. Tons 
weight 

Poids du fret 
en tonnes 



Freight, Tons 
measurement 

Mesurage du 
fret ea tooaee 



lawarda— Jk Teatrfo 

Outward*— A la aortifl 

Total trade— Total da oommeroe 



1.391 
1,659 



6,208.911 
5,607.681 



2.651,607 
6,699.248 



209.294 
378.922 



2.950 



11.816,592 



9.250.855 



588,216 



10 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 4. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign entered Inwards 
from Sea, at each Port and Outport. 





1 

Porto and Outporto 

Porto St porto 
•eoottdMrM 


With Cargoes— Charg68 




British— Britanniquee 


Caaadi an— Caaadicos 


No 


Vessels 
Naviies 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Freight, 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnee 


Freight, 
Tons, 

meisure- 
ment 

Mi- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Feight 

Tom 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnee 


Freight. 
Tons. 

measure- 
meat 

Mesu- 

ragedu 
bwten 
tonnes 


Equi- 
page 


1 


Albert. N.B 






















? 


Alert Bay, B.C 






















3 


Amherst, N.S 






















4 


Anihent Harbour, Que. . 






















R 














1 


316 


663 


686 


8 


f, 


Anyox, B.C 














7 


Arichat, N.S 












16 
3 
2 
5 

61 


229 
60 

2.681 
163 

1,828 


244 




74 


8 


Baddeck, N.S 


17 


441 






120 


17 


g 


Bam field, B.C 






46i 

260 

1,240 


450 


68 


in 


Barrington Paoaage, N.S 
Bathurst, N.B 












26 


11 












390 


1? 


Bear River, N.S 














n 


Belleveau's Cove, N.S... 












2 


496 


2 




11 


14 


Blubber Bay, B.C 














15 


Bwine Esperance, Que. . . . 


16 


6,720 


108 




405 












lA 


1 

3 

37 


203 

1.076 

29,140 


333 

1.482 

10,037 


350 


7 


17 


Bridgewater, N.S 












17 


18 


Britaania Beach, B.C. . . . 












580 


10 


Buctoache, N.B 














70 


Butedale, B.C 












27 

138 

2 

104 

4 


400 
320 
988 
601 
1.876 
2.717 






108 


n 


CampbcUton, N.B 












526 

ISO 

1.157 

0.176 

1,617 




6 


n 


CamiMbeUo. N.B 













308 


n 


Caaao, N.S 












13 


74 


Caraquet, N.B 












688 


25 


Charlottetown, P.E.I.... 
Chatha-n, N.B 


1 


1.305 


1.380 




23 


63 


?7 














2 
28 


2,924 
411 


1.300 
466 




61 


?8 


Chester, N.S 












87 


n 
















^n 


Chicoutimi, Que 






















31 


Clark's Harbour, N.S.... 












18 
2 
14 


866 

108 

1,202 


087 

3 

760 


3 


81 


3? 


Clementaport, N.S 












10 


33 


Digby, N.a 












71 


34 


Eaglewood, B.C 














35 


Freeport, N.S 












6 
3 


350 
1,310 


02 
3,700 




31 


35 


Gas|>6, Que 












30 


37 


Georgetown, P.E.I 














38 


Glace Bay. N.S 












22 


8«5 


107 


450 


67 


30 
















40 


Halifax, N.S 


445 


l.»60.483 


210,500 




63.560 


498 
10 


486.366 
8.500 


2n,222 




13,800 


41 


HavTo St. Pierre, Que. . . 


430 


4? 


HiUsboro. N.B 


















43 


Isaac's Harbour, N.S 






















44 


Jocgin Mines, N.S 






















45 


Kentvilla, N.S 






















4A 


KildoAaa.B.C 












8 


1,834 


652 




73 


47 


KingBport, N.S 














48 


IrftdiMr, BO 












1 

1 
36 


26 

183 

6,114 


1 
88 

6,006 




8 


4« 


LadysmiUi, B.C 












6 


50 


La Have, N.S 












631 


51 




3 
1 


3.035 
364 


7,187 
654 




58 

7 




5? 




47 
13 
87 
2 
3 
238 
6 


1.122 
503 
448 
217 
101 
26.061 
886 


2,080 

360 

05 

835 

70 

80,383 

636 




337 


53 


lx)ckcport, N.S 


311 


54 


Lord's Cove, N.B 












182 


M 
6« 

»7 
58 


Looiaburg, N.S 

LowwEastPubnioo, N.S 

I.4inenbarK, N.S 

.MiihoneBay. N.S 


4 

10 


7,341 
'\,V1\ 


8,86« 
"' i,'«86 




104 

84 


30 

7 

4,043 

118 


50 


Muitland. N.S 














60 


MetOKhan River, N S 






















A1 














3 


766 


1,301 




U 


A3 


Montague. P.E.I 

Moatread, Que 

MvRBy Harbor, P.E.I. . 


3 
448 


102 
3,383,710 


1 
834,458 


1 
148,637 


8 
63,688 




03 

M 


141 


400.318 


600,870 


13 


8.786 


M 


Naoainno, B.C 












8 
30 


6.614 
4.024 


1.687 
4,134 




104 


M 

A7 


New WestmiMter, B.C. . 
North East Harbor, N.S 
North HeiMi, N.B 


1 


3.3S0 


1,048 




88 


144 


fl8 












83 


14,886 


«S4 




884 


M 


North Sydney, N.S 

OffmFath. ft.C 


144 


186.73S 


SO.SW^ 




e,348 




70 


3 

8 
1 


S,86« 

408 

630 


871 
808 

100 




60 


71 


Pamboro, ^J.8 












14 


72 


Paapabiac, Qm 












30 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



11 



N" 4. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers d^clar^s 
h I'entr^ k chaque port et port secondaire 





In Ballast— Sur lest 




Foreign— £tnuigws 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiens 


Foreign 
Strangers 




Ve»- 
aeto 


Tow 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
g»tr« 


Freight. 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons 

meaaure- 
ment 

Mem- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


sds 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregi8tr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregt8tr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 
























1 
39 


200 
33.324 


4 
307 


1 


14 


3M 


00 




32 








is 

2 

1 
5 

12 
1 
3 

17 


687 

216 

268 

252 

17.136 

79 

3.730 

1,624 


67 
12 
8 
15 
836 
23 
70 
96 


2 




1 


70 


5 


^ 


















4 
























5 


t 


6.787 
303 


080 
03 




01 
100 








1 
4 
24 
52 
9 
1 


42 

85 

33,880 

501 

363 

2.223 


3 
24 
570 
129 
74 
29 


6 


14 








7 










8 


















9 


1 


6« 
6.361 


i6 

7.803 




20 
00 








10 


4 














11 




9 


17.730 


249 








12 












9 
23 


1,317 
13,670 


44 

404 








13 


















1 


9 


3 


14 












3 


854 


63 


15 
























16 


















3 

48 


775 
33.828 


18 
751 


25 
22 

1 

65 

4 

331 

33 


31.020 

40.564 

993 

1.988 

5.160 

15.274 

1.800 


576 

566 
20 

258 

96 

1.048 

286 


17 


10 


22.003 


4.101 




286 








18 










19 


16 


434 

3,177 
2,228 






116 
40 
200 








18 


905 


103 


20 


2 


3,061 
124 




2 


3.465 


55 


?I 


7ft 


262 
82 


25.229 
11.861 


1.948 
1.584 


22 




20 


2.576 


360 


23 












?4 


11 
I 


13.681 
1,743 
4.334 


17,643 
2.200 
4.761 




217 
26 
82 


i 

3 
7 


66 

6.506 

21.349 


5 

68 

253 


1 


95 


5 


3 

4 
88 

1 
27 


3.009 
3.795 

77.718 

15 

24,531 


58 
81 

802 
2 

544 


25 
?6 


4 


110 
2 


37,063 
30 


725 
5 


27 
28 


















29 


3 


2,807 


4,784 




60 














10 










1 
2 
11 


95 
198 
540 


3 
10 
40 


25 


464 


77 


31 


















1? 


















22 
16 
10 
3 
6 
12 
2 
118 


389 

62.214 

160 

2.636 

5.562 

263 

2.285 

101.982 


55 
570 
30 
65 
118 
97 
44 
5.879 


33 












3 


8.955 


toi 


34 


















I") 


2 

1 


3.874 
003 


1.600 
2.500 


0,000 


6] 
19 


12 
9 


24.348 
3.406 


804 
8« 


2 

4 
7 


213 
193 
100 


12 
18 
23 


36 
37 
38 












1 
40 


223 
25.438 


14 
1.632 


39 


322 


1,434.843 


300,689 




43,982 


40 


5,833 


326 


40 
41 
























15 

21 

1 


10.899 
411 
160 


247 

162 

5 


42 


















3 


30 


10 


43 


















44 


1 


108 
3.765 
1.345 


205 
2,069 
2,761 





4 
150 
21 








1 
44 


214 
2,222 


6 
235 


4^ 


18 
1 


1 
1 


6.919 
352 


75 
10 


482 


25.760 


3,077 


46 
47 




1 

119 

6 


26 

33.893 

1.882 


3 
723 
32 








48 


















55 


47.218 


1,482 


49 


1 


18 


6 





10 








V) 
















51 


U 


3,813 


3,700 




688 


1 


123 


3 


42 

3 

548 

15 

2 

35 


2.300 
102 
9.064 
13.988 
82 
3.311 


305 

20 

1.324 

233 
34 

428 


8 

2 

257 

39 

36 

3 


5,903 
86 
2.362 
3.812 
2.153 
723 


111 
28 
514 
390 
799 
32 


52 
53 


10 


135 
4.342 


18 
1,161 




' . 20 
808 








54 


06 


7 


4.042 


99 


55 

56 


1 


13 


6 




8 


9 


046 


64 


57 
58 
























2 


732 


13 


59 


















11 

3 

1 

6 

1 

29 

18 

1 

151 

130 

11 

44 


837 

703 

84 

4,069 

17 

6.784 

7.925 

12 

14,082 

63,262 

15,292 

13,396 


74 

17 

5 

160 

6 

258 

152 

5 

1.057 

2.465 

276 

340 


60 


















3 


. 1,380 


38 


61 












19 
100 


974 
617.047 


83 
6.071 


63 


3S3 


ft6e.436 


830.480 


18,738 


8,323 


180 


530,075 


5,893 


63 
64 


3 
8 

1 


2.538 

10.049 

1.283 

116 


355 

3.008 

2.730 

158 




80 

326 

37 

19 


4 
07 


13.084 
220.760 


172 
2,903 


198 
110 


115.092 
352.330 


2.091 
3.857 


65 

66 
67 


» 








48 

359 

11 

61 

1 


347 

84.688 

10.205 

35.940 

1.141 


98 

9.684 

294 

732 

23 


68 




373 

13 

1 


74.264 

49.980 

1.698 


3,531 
671 
26 


69 
70 
71 


r 


M.7S3 


3,300 




703 


i 


343 


000 




7 


73 



12 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 4. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign entered Inwards 
from Sea, at each Port and Outport — Concluded 





Ports and OutporU 
PorUetporU 


With Cargoes-Charges 




British— Britanniques 


Canadiaa— Canadieas 


No. 


Vessels 
Navirss 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Freight. 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight. 
Tons. 

measure- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vesesls 
Naviree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enro- 
gistr6 


Feight 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

m 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons, 

meastire- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


73 


Pictou, N.S 


1 


1.305 


1,630 




23 












74 


Port Albemi. B.C 












7S 


Port Alfred. Que 


11 


22,382 


47,584 




S02 


21 


22,067 


46,860 




420 


76 


Port Clyde, N.S 








77 


Port Elgin. N.B 






















78 


Port Hastings. N.S 






















7« 


Port Hawkesbury, N.8.. 




.t. 








17 
2 
1 


2,550 

28 

2,192 


503 

58 

3,000 




343 


80 


Port 1a Tour, N.S 












7 


81 


Port Mulgrave. N.S 












58 


8? 


Port Wade, N.S 














83 
84 

8.S 


Powell River. B.C 

Prince Rupert. B.C 

Quatsino. B.C 


i 


83 


4 




17 


33 

1.030 

24 

61 


14,493 

66.374 

16,977 

130.296 


3,174 

4,826 

13,967 

29.440 


40 

io 


578 

6,696 

517 


m 




306 


2.142.042 


137.476 


26.508 


71,976 


2.250 


87 


Kichibucto, N.B 




88 




4 


49,054 


171 




1,906 


1 
48 
252 

4 
197 


1.204 
5.455 
3.033 

8 
192.790 


160 
4,645 

282 

4 

110,702 


78 


20 


m 


Riverport. N.S 


918 


90 


St. Andrews. N.B 












634 


91 


St. George, N.B 












8 


9?. 


St. John. N B 


123 
2 


641,339 
958 


131.249 
50 


34,993 


15,219 
21 


4,836 


•3 


St. Peter, N.S 

St. Stephen, N.B 




•4 












9!> 


Salmon River, N.S 






















M 


Sandy Point, N.S 












4 


676 


917 




33 


fl7 


Sheet Harbor, N.S 














98 


Shelbume, N.S 


1 


97 


100 




7 


4 


140 


21 




36 


M 


Sherbrooke, N.S 




ion 


Shippegan, N.B 












25 
14 


336 
6.498 


962 
1,185 




103 


101 


Sidney, B.C 












216 


10? 


Sorel, One 


3 


7,643 


9,676 


6.100 


96 




lOR 


Souris, P.E.I 












104 


Stavestoa, B.C 












3 

4 
3 
19 
5 


241 

18 

1.586 

33,209 

15,418 


151 

157 

2.641 

49.107 

3.820 




23 


10A 


Stewart. B.C 












7 


106 
107 


Sammerside, P.E.I 

Sydney, N.S 


2 

28 
11 


880 
56.549 
22.188 


1.496 
95.409 
30,047 




13 
759 
296 


30 

691 


108 
109 


lliree Riven, Que 

Truro N S 


131 


no 


Union Bay, B.C 












i 

755 

554 

5 

5 


272 

1,151,992 

964.810 

159 

882 


123 

407.384 

12,403 

17 

323 


'i2.776 
266 

36 


8 


111 
11) 


Vanoouver, B.C 

Vietoria,B.C 


124 
78 


661.188 
304.071 


i77.8ii 

1.460 


75,277 
1,195 


i3,84i 
9.215 


49, 70S 
43.628 


113 


Westport, N.S 


15 


114 


Weymouth. N.S 












23 


\\f> 


WTiite Itock.B.C 














I1A 


Windsor. N S 


16 


31.511 


409 




401 


12 

6 

84 


6,774 

1.219 

38.826 


13,479 
2.046 
10.791 





117 


117 


WoKeville. N 8 


31 


118 


Yarmouth N S 












3.117 


110 


Total 


1 


1,116 


739 




32 


















1,802 


8.604.329 


1.721,394 


292,701 


238.634 


4,914 


3.702.962 


1.584,531 


15,040 


144.063 









DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



13 



N" 4. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers d^clar^s 
k r entree k chaque port et port secondaire — Fin 



P 





In Ballast— Sur lest 




Foreign— fitrangere 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiens 


Foreign 
Strangers 




Ve»- 

sels 

viree 


Tom 
resiBter 

enre- 
gi8tr« 


tOM. 

wwcfat 

Poida 
du fret 

eo 
tonnes 


Freii^t, 
Tons 

meMore- 
ment 

Meeu- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnee 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

eoregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 


t 


2,574 

1.037 

57.933 


5.267 

1.278 

107,403 




44 
32 
739 


4 

3 


4,497 
9,300 


87 
128 








4 

22 
2 
1 


3,840 

57,060 

3,161 

1.641 


69 
678 
41 
23 


73 


4 
36 


5 


142 


33 


74 

75 
















76 












2 


30 


8 








77 


















J 


744 
3.874 


16 
72 


78 


1 


3.546 


6.603 




36 


13 


1.233 


78 


13 


1.751 


163 


79 
80 






























81 


















2 
28 
112 


igo 

5,169 
80,914 


8 

278 

3,992 








8? 


50 

1,373 

4 


49.450 

53,560 

7,721 

303,479 


18.763 
13,818 
8.336 
98,224 


336 


1,299 

8.254 

112 

3,062 


14 

12 


53,094 
33,584 


677 
375 


61 

160 

18 

18 

1 
1 


162.526 
26.320 
29,254 
57,874 
815 
899 


1.453 
896 
332 
1.328 
22 
20 


83 
84 
85 


71 


16 


49.703 


943 


2 


4,541 


73 


86 
87 


3 


3.458 


202 




46 


4 


6.466 


101 








88 




9 

621 
27 
83 


502 

34,760 

5.473 

30,583 


138 

2,923 
244 
595 


89 


313 


6.386 

160 

285.296 


9,331 

128 

145,099 


«i3 


740 

6 

6.777 








293 

38 

582 


3,573 

664 

172,835 


639 

107 

3.449 


90 


2 








91 


145 


62 


136,477 


2.049 


92 
93 


t 


S.IM 


7.114 




64 








7 

1 
3 


84 
480 

466 


14 
10 
19 


3 


61 


7 


94 










V> 


55 


3,680 


1.224 




1.127 








36 
8 

39 
4 


3,382 

7,227 
2,459 
2,780 


760 
156 
738 
67 


96 










97 


60 


3.612 


1,008 




1,044 








3 

2 


404 
565 


22 
12 


98 










99 


















100 


9 


13.006 

14.864 

1,311 


11,883 
17.992 
2,973 




169 
189 
29 








79 


13,420 


500 


501 


153,613 


7.325 


101 


ft 








in? 


3 


1 


64 


4 


2 
20 

72 


168 
553 

49,418 


12 

74 

2,565 








101 




3 
4 

1 

47 
8 


42 

4.365 

1.475 

38,455 

18,490 


6 

58 

21 

963 

223 


104 


4 


1.916 

5,034 

309,907 

38,032 


190 

13.342 

917,066 

59,570 




72 

93 

4,140 

510 








105 


4 


1 
63 
12 


1,305 
120.677 
47.303 


23 

1.747 

569 


106 


139 
16 


16 
8 

1 
9 
381 
537 
6 
15 
4 
9 


13,105 

22,668 

140 

1,387 

195,590 

135,700 

303 

2,688 

172 

2,829 


317 

248 

5 

76 

7,442 

5,339 

20 

89 

21 

60 


107 
108 
109 


15 
523 
532 


700 
1.614.521 
1,216,179 


49 

814,681 

17,017 


15.901 


85 
20.424 
38.946 


12 

280 

27 


37,393 

999,112 

69,772 


505 
12.114 
1,003 


36 
537 

794 
19 
7 


8,558 

1,427.779 

1.178,669 

223 

927 


232 

17.817 

35.155 

52 

40 


110 
111 
112 
113 


















114 


















115 


• 


8.430 


5.745 




122 


83 


160,227 


2,055 


60 


52.722 


1.027 


116 
117 


146 


381,874 


10,190 




31,759 








31 


1.997 


•268 


100 


7.284 


1,088 


118 










119 
































4,293 


6,524.937 


3,483,262 


58,202 


166,338 


1.372 


3.786.086 


39,918 


4,017 


954.115 


40.776 


6.133 


5.042.239 


116,704 





14 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 5. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered Inwards 

from Sea 



ABSTRACT BY COUNTRIES 





PorU and Outporta 

Ports etporU 
aaooadairee 














With 


















British— Britani 


iquea 




Canad i an— Canadiens 


No. 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

m 
t.onnee 


Freight, 
Tons. 

measure- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Veeeels 
Xavires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Feight 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du (ret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons, 

measure- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnee 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


1 


Great Britain 


893 
36 

1 
13 


5.356,064 

262.164 

1.914 

43.246 


753,129 
33.476 
3,320 
78,569 


183.176 
22.583 


157,583 

7,489 

31 

537 


38 
26 


05.468 
01,818 


46,522 
16,262 




1,311 
1.003 


? 




3 


British East Africa 

British South Africa 


4 












R 


1 


2,192 


3,000 




58 


A 


British India 


23 
16 


80.482 
21,413 


36.600 
49.544 




645 
336 




7 
ft 


British West Indies 

British Oceania 


167 


327,529 


154,580 


538 


6,542 


» 


British Straits Settle- 






















in 
























n 


Fi'i IslAnds 


8 


28,447 


56.467 


372 


384 












1? 


Gibraltar 












n 




16 

1 

317 

8 

14 


110.873 
2.708 

396.844 
59.843 
39.429 


15.639 
7.014 

51.274 
8.134 

76.948 


9.524 

1 

432 


2,141 

38 

12,522 

1.761 

469 


2 


17,672 


3.711 




1,001 


14 


Irish Free SUte 


15 




145 

7 

7 


130,630 
23,042 
24,200 


56.666 

867 

15.807 


12 


4,460 


10 




286 


17 




202 


18 


Azores and Madeira 




19 




66 


531.226 


65.760 


24.614 


17,102 


54 
3 


181.316 
10.433 


118,329 
6,326 


10 


2,272 


Kt 


Brazil 


136 


?1 


Canary Islands 














Tf 


Chile ' 


2 
12 
4 


6.270 
90.948 
22.247 


8.760 

391 

49.000 


241 


72 

2,205 

157 












n 


China 


4 

17 


35,344 
109,726 


277 
250,073 


156 


3,160 


?4 




710 


?5 


Coeta Rica 




?A 


Cuba 


4 


9.966 


21.559 




127 












V 














?H 
























79 


Dutch East Indies 






















30 
31 


Dutch Weat Indies 

Eeyot 


1 


4.328 


2.200 




64 


1 


6,845 


15,000 




44 


37 




» 

2 

38 


64.123 

6.540 

239.378 


13.245 

5,693 

33,271 


3,387 
i9i253 


655 

68 

6,485 












31 


French Africa 












34 














35 














35 
























37 


Hawaii 






















3ft 


Hayti 






















39 


Italy 


S 

16 


6.514 
140.960 


2.172 
11.522 


795 
21.713 


88 

5.647 












40 




18 


159,048 


23,028 


12.736 


0.877 


41 


Jogo-Slavia 




n 


Mexioo 












4 

10 


16,031 
6.060 


36,023 
396 




141 


43 
44 


Miqukaaad St. Pierre. 
Natberlanda 


1 

19 


926 
95.105 


400 
13.896 


422 


18 
1,143 


354 


45 














45 


Peru 





41,892 


91,000 




S43 


10 


07,440 


147.644 




US 


47 


Pohind 




4» 
49 


Porto Rico 

Portvgal 


i 


1.428 


4,070 




37 












no 


RiMinia 


3 
8 
S 


4,644 

6,640 
8,573 


5,004 
34,774 
17,800 




66 

86 
120 












51 


San Domioco 












57 


Spain ~ 












53 


Sweden 












54 




I 
216 


3.257 
816.139 


330 
163,412 


6; 288 


44 

10,318 












55 


UnitM State* 


2,231 


2,268.232 


630,848 


1,148 


os.sse 


Ml 






57 


VflnMunla 


2 


8,414 


15,032 




05 












H 


Ftam S«k 


27 
2,136 


067 
07,139 


117 
60,166 


4M 


87 


M 


SeAFUieriM 


43 


4,406 


1,100 




670 


is.ose 




Total 






1,803 


8,504,320 


1.731,304 


203.701 


338,634 


4,014 


3,703,953 


1,584.531 


15,040 


144,0CS 









DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



ia 



N* 5. — Etat des long-courriors hritanniquc'?, canadiens et Strangers, d^clards 

a Tentr^c 



RELEVE PAR PAYS 





In Ballast— Sor lest 




Foreicn -£tna8«ra 


British 
Britanniques 


Cana<lian 
Canadiens 


Foreign 
Strangers 




wi* 

Nap 

vires 


Tons 
recister 

Tonmige 
enre- 


Freicht. 
Toon 

weight 

Poids 
du (ret 


Freigbt, 
Tons 

OMnBIIIt- 

ment 

Mmq- 

rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^^^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 






tonnes 














119 


193. Ml 


394.163 


68 


2,880 


300 
15 


980.323 
56.183 


11.940 
711 


14 


50,187 


635 


38 


94,510 


1,184 


1 

2 
























3 


6 


13.688 


37.712 




163 


7 


22,635 


378 








1 


3,078 


35 


4 










■t 


3 


10.831 
113.979 


300 
104,539 




135 
3,261 




















6 


«3 


2 

1 

1 
1 


3i4 
3.525 

3.136 
3. -136 


27 
48 

32 
33 


6 


1,014 


46 


3 
1 


3,859 
3.752 


52 
45 


7 
g 


















9 
























in 
























n 












1 


2.337 


32 








4 


13,445 


143 


1? 


















13 












2 

376 

2 


5.745 

115.064 

4.544 


76 

3,905 

58 








1 
71 


2.293 
63.953 


29 
1,347 


14 


n 
1 


373.3«5 
3.339 
09.146 


833.430 

17 

41.346 


9,000 


3,i69 
37 
717 


136 


64,180 


2.339 


15 

16 


33 








5 

1 
5 

1 


14.965 
1.292 

15.418 
2.485 


153 
24 

173 
28 


17 




1 
9 


2.708 
29,736 


38 
375 








18 


M 
3 


310.679 
4,968 


60,433 
195 




2.195 
54 


2 


1,090 


39 


19 
?0 




1 

1 

15 


2.271 
3.150 
62. 136 


28 

62 

793 








?1 


6 


20.296 
216.237 
108.957 


17.298 

13.092 

267,708 


i6;668 


226 

3,902 

791 








1 
16 


3.151 
56,855 


29 
538 


Tf 


41 








?3 


30 








?4 




2 
1 


4,700 
3,154 


60 
38 














ft 


13 


18.114 

324.365 

15.635 


33.708 

9,254 

25,111 




276 

10,984 

251 


1 


238 


6 


3 
2 


3,385 
5,494 


111 
68 


20 

?7 


10 














?« 




2 


5.478 


69 














?fl 


6 


32,337 


67,128 




239 














TO 




8 
9 
24 
3 
1 


25.626 
29.447 
77.872 
10.772 
175 


270 
331 
848 
125 
21 








1 
6 
7 
15 
10 


3.296 
18.245 
22.922 
47.681 
28.344 


40 
193 
244 
637 
344 


31 


«5 


228.066 
6.903 

575.309 

3.145 

943 


51,643 
2.439 

70.289 
6.160 
2,500 


1,534 
18^398 


4,582 

72 

12,639 

37 

19 








3? 


3 








33 


137 








34 


1 








35 


1 








3A 
















1 


3,446 


3i 


37 


1 


673 
158.422 
557.440 


1,603 
27,414 
14,241 


'i7;484 


16 
1,780 
10,952 














38 


43 


46 

54 

1 

2 

38 
18 


151.405 

185.449 

3.002 

11.799 

3.602 

44.712 


1.542 

2.380 

35 

160 

294 

645 








45 

235 


145.043 
878,451 


1.551 
9.682 


39 


108 


2 


8,373 


114 


40 
41 


2 


5.383 
4.479 
364.515 
180.933 
19.706 
3,819 


11.978 
1.471 
54.833 
51,300 
21,613 


40 


72 

325 

7,537 

5,256 

206 

184 


9 
152 


294 
13,614 


78 
1.197 








42 


9 
73 


79 
57 

7 


25,315 
185.518 
16.040 


2,584 

1.911 

231 


43 
44 


36 








45 





1 


2,698 


35 








46 


1 








1 


4,416 


48 


47 




















48 


1 


3.314 


i.463 




33 


6 
2 


17,770 
5,131 


214 

67 


1 


376 


7 


6 
2 


14,673 
6,732 


176 
164 


49 
50 


6 


4.969 

19.983 

861,211 


13.737 

7.393 

34,973 




106 

338 

6,954 








51 


9 


2 


5.395 


65 








6 
1 


8,714 
3,615 


144 
35 


5? 


43 








53 
















64 


1,744 
1 


3.443.729 
3,337 
7.474 


1.306,535 
99 

12.031 


1.670 


76.064 
26 
93 


299 


823.497 


11.359 


3,424 


797,075 


33,450 


4,933 


3,239,876 


80,819 


66 

56 


3 




















57 




19 
99 


i9,688 
7,371 


1.374 
1,460 


4t 
33J 


1,493 
16,181 


215 
2,650 


68 
500 


20,724 
81,363 


1.206 
12,760 


58 


1.473 


46,717 
8.634.937 


16,394 




11.810 


69 


4.3n 


3.483,363 


68,303 


166.888 


1.372 


2,736.686 


39,918 


4.017 


964,116 


40,776 


6,133 


5,043,339 


U6,7«4 





16 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 5. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered inwards 

from Sea — Concluded 



RECAPITULATION 



Withciurgo 
Charfte 


VeneU 

Navires 


Tons 
ReKiat«r 

Tonnage 
enregistrA 


FrwKht. tons 
Weight 

Poids dtt fret 
en tonnea 


Frvight. toM 

Meeorage dn 
(ret en tonnea 


Craw 

Equipage 




1,802 
4.014 
4,203 


8,604,220 
3,702,062 
0,624,037 


1.721,304 
1,584,631 
3.483.202 


202.701 
16,040 
68.202 


238.634 


C*ni»di«n— duiadiflmi , 


144, 0A3 




160,338 






Total 


11,000 


18.732.118 


0.780.187 


306.043 


648,935 







DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



17 



N** 5. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et 6trangers, d^clar^s, 

k Tentr^ — Jin 

RECAPITULATION 



bBallMt 
8«r~k»t 


VMnb 
NaTirea 


Touase 
aorogistr^ 


Fraight, tooa 
Weicht 

Pmdsdnfrat 
en tooBM 


Freight. toM 
Measurement 

MeaungB da 
{rataatoaMB 


Cnm 

Eqaipac* 




1,372 
4.017 
0.133 


2.735.6M 

954,115 

5.042,230 






30,918 


CaiMflinii— CHMdimn 






40,776 








116.764 










Total 


11,523 


8,732.040 






107,458 








Oniid tftrUI 


22,531 


27,4«4,158 


6,780.187 


365,043 


746,393 







^^' 



MM6-S 



18 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 6. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered Out- 
wards for Sea at each Port and Outport 





Porta aad Oatporta 

Porta et porta 
seeoadaina 


With Cargoes-Chargifis 






British- 


-j^tauiiqaea 


CsMdf— Oinsdis— 


No. 


Veaaels 
Naviree 


Teas 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Freight. 

Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
toanee 


Freight, 
Tons. 

measure- 
ment 

Mem- 
rage du 
fret en 
tooaea 


Oew 

fiqui- 
page 


Veseab 

Naviree 


Tons 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatrft 


Feight 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
dtt fret 

ea 

tOMMS 


Freight. 

Torn, 
meaaure- 

ment 

Mm- 

ragedu 
fret en 
tonaea 


Crew 

£qui. 
pace 


1 


Albert, N.B 






















3 


Alert Bay, B.C 












1 
3 
10 


1.238 

216 

1,001 


160 

406 

1.780 


' 2,140 


24 


3 


Ambctst, N.S 


1 


333 


600 




11 


It 


4 


Aaaapolia Royal, N.8.... 


31 


s 


ABticoidah,K.S 














« 


Anym, B.C 












39 


55.010 


118,378 




938 


7 


Arichat, N.S 














n 


Baddeck. N.S 


3 


880 




1.500 


14 


2 
6 

1 
3 
20 

1 
99 


491 

3,619 

32 

934 

2.695 

80 

26,602 




500 

" i;736 

6,272 

300 


13 


« 


Bam field, B.C 




1,074 
58 


68 


10 


Barrincton Paaaafe, N.S. 












4 


11 


Bathunt, N.B. 7. 


58 


894 


760 




162 


30 


n 


Bdliveau's Cove, N.S.... 


17 


84 


13 


Bear River, N.S 


10 


19,700 


54.200 




274 


4 


14 


Blubber Bay. B.C 


23,845 


1,190 


Ift 


Bonne E.>!perance, Que... . 
Bridgewafer. N.S 


12 
6 


4,455 

1,473 


346 
1,840 




314 
33 




16 
17 


16 
62 


5.803 
58.033 


9.217 
100.612 




98 
1,188 


18 
















10 


Butedale. B.C 






















90 


Campbellton, N.B 

Campobello, N.B 


t 


5.461 




8.585 


63 


3 

30 

9 


988 

292 
4,574 




745 

91 


19 


31 




118 
6.656 


56 


n 


Cai»80,N.S 












89 


tn 


Caraqnet, N.B 














24 
7A 


Charlottetwon. P.E.I.. . . 
Chathain, N.B 


20 

3 

22 


27.670 
6.363 
67. 173 


2.137 


10.339 
32.495 


928 

80 

819 


23 

1 
38 


16.747 

939 

33.613 


3.043 


87 

273 

45,030 


410 
5 


?« 




850 


33.264 


41 


27 


Cheater, N.S 




78 


Cheticainp, N.S 






















n 


Clark's tfw-bour, N.8.... 






















no 


Clementsport, N.S 












4 

17 
1 
6 
6 
5 
7 


396 

936 
4.848 

276 
2.884 
2.774 

235 


445 

1.846 
8.060 
619 
1.010 
3.323 
5 


•475 

■■7;666 


30 


31 


Digby, N.S 












u 


3? 


EInclewood, B.C 


3 


8,955 


14,584 




101 


68 


33 


Freeport,N.S 


80 


34 


Oaape, Qne 


1 
10 


840 
3,385 




1.000 


20 
88 


67 


35 

3A 


Georgetown. P.E.I 

OlaceBay, N.S 


1,887 


60 
35 


37 


Ouysboro, N.S 














38 


Halifax, N.S 


m 


2,070,072 


156,157 


31,530 


58.879 


653 
10 


379.998 
8.600 


225.262 
4,300 


18.830 


13.959 


39 


Havre St. Pierre, Que. . . 


430 


40 


Hillsboro, N.B 














41 


Isaac's Harbour. N.S 






















4? 


JfiftgiiMi Min^, V B,- 












1 
1 
13 


340 

214 

8.224 


450 
4^961 


500 

17 


6 


43 


Kentville, N.S 












6 


44 

4ft 


Kildooan. B.C 

Ijtdner. BC 


3 


13,838 


894 


1,300 


170 


331 


4« 
47 


Ladysmith, B.C 

La Hare, N.S 


3 


595 


560 




13 


95 
9 


22.934 
2.391 


36.637 
3.335 




184 
84 


48 


Levis, Que 




49 


Liverpool, N.S 












56 

18 

181 

10 


1.667 

798 

1.175 

16,531 


2.880 

537 

2,949 

18,839 




868 


M) 


Lockeport, N.S 












338 


»l 


Lord's Cove, N.B 












388 


52 


Loaisbnrc, N.S 


11 


14.354 


i6,i3S 




323 


S88 


53 


Lower East Pubaioo, 

NS 




54 


Luaenbarg, N.S 


3 


376 


400 




15 


17 


3,180 


3,330 




130 


55 


Maboa. iTs. 




5A 


MaboneBay N8 






















57 


Maitiaiid, l).'S 












1 


435 


800 




7 


58 


Metcghaa River, N.8.... 














59 


MiddUtoB. N.S.'. 












1 

5 

4 

135 


480 

389 

884 

388,636 


643 
444 

1,634 
409,314 




8 


M 


MoataaM,P£.I 


35 


1,305 


1.491 




111 


88 


61 


Mowtoa, M.B 


31 




MoBtreJ.Qoa 

If array Harbour, P.E I 


654 


3.002,635 


3.361,253 


832.767 


71.557 


4,778 


M 


NauJmo, B.C 


22 


75,495 


5.720 


36.350 


88i 


43 


38,857 


9,014 


767 


7tt 


M 


New Campbdlton, N 8 




m 


NeweaaUe. N.B 

New Westminster. B.C.. 
North East Harbour. 

N.8.... , . 


4 
66 


6.891 
3U,698 




13,788 


101 
2,861 


4 

15 


3,886 
6,883 




4.7n 


38 


67 
68 


123.489 


4,853 


m 


66 


North Head, N..8 












173 
65 


17.476 
34.878 


1.418 
33,184 




1,360 


70 


North Sydney. N.8 


smI 


833,8ii 


74,839 




7,7ii 


785 



DOUASE8—BAPPOBT DE LA XAriGATIOX 



19 



N* 6. — ^Tablsay; des lumres fantaBniqaes, eanadiens et Stranger? aOamt d la 
entr6B i cfaMiue port oa port secondaire 



I 











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Bill ■-^if ht 














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20 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 6. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered Out- 
wards for Sea at each Port and Outport — Concluded 





Ports and Ontports 

Porto et ports 
aeeondaires 




With Cargoes— Charges 








British— Britanniqaes 


Canadian— Canadienn 


No. 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Toonace 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Freight, 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
da fret 

en 
tonnee 


Freight, 
Tons, 

measure- 
ment 

Meeu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Feight 

Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons, 

measure- 
ment 

MeMi- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnee 


Crew 
fiqui- 


71 
7? 


Ocean Falls. B.C 

Parrsboro, N.8 


16 
1 
6 


61,572 
1.698 
4,796 


19,728 
2,547 
8,331 




817 
25 
101 


14 

67 

1 


20.368 

19,043 

95 


19.325 

28.565 

28 




358 
389 


73 


Pictou, N.8 


7 


74 






7R 


Port Alberni, B.C 

Port Alfred, Que 


8 

4 


24,863 
8.218 




19,718 


309 
106 


2 


4,796 


1,215 


9,246 


M 


7« 


17,164 




77 


Port Clvde N S 












n 


Port Hawkeebury, N.8.. 






















79 


Port La Tour, N.8 






















80 


Port Mulgrave, N.8 












2 
6 


2,473 
299 


1.883 
525 


666 


28 


81 


Port Wade, N.S 












30 


8? 


Port Williams, N.S 














83 
84 
8A 


PoweU River. B.C 

Prince Rupert, B.C 

Quatsino, B.C 


14 

13 


53,094 
36,762 


9.950 
102,199 




677 
410 


38 
70 

2 
37 

3 
54 


21,457 
98,332 

1.062 
79,537 

2.361 
58,559 


10.141 
5,637 
190 
18.785 


47 

5,271 


M7 

4.m 

43 


86 




136 


751,560 


248,337 


1,278 


23,229 


1,488 


87 


Richibucto, N.S 


23 


88 




6 


10,254 


9,558 




154 


100,650 


1,063 


80 


Ri verport, N.8 




90 


Sandy Cove, N.S 












2 
6 
2 
8 
3 


69 
1,471 

25 
1,708 
1,541 


lOO 
1.313 




6 


9? 


Sandy Point, N.S 

Sheet Harbour, N.S 


1 


99 


175 




6 


31 

7 


9") 


Shelbume, N 8 


2 

1 


208 
892 


275 
1,665 




13 
18 


1,190 
2,620 


83 


68 


04 
W 


Sherbrooke, N.S 

Sbippcgan, N.B 


32 


M 


Sidney. B.C 












27 
7 
4 

16 
3 
194 
26 
117 


2,632 

4,578 
1,956 
433 
4,206 
1,644 
5,493 
68,905 


3,470 

1,154 

191 

371 

357 

1,553 

166 

61,919 


60 

ik'.nb 

41,553 


168 


97 


Sorel, Que 


« 

1 


4,586 
64 


1,383 
67 




101 
4 


138 


M 
W 


So«ris,P.E.I 

Steveston, B.C 


33 
U 


IflO 


Stewart. B.C 












72 


101 


St. Andrews, N.B 












376 


\m 


St. George, N.B 












253 


103 


St. John. N.B 


130 


619,760 


647,371 


74,357 


14,482 


2,383 


104 


St. Peters, N.S 




10ft 


St. Stephen, N.B 












2 

2 

20 

6 

4 

11 

653 

561 


22 

640 

21,397 

22,004 

1.331 

19,010 

1.064.734 

534,413 


i6 

669 

36,078 

21,029 

321 

6,067 

104,046 

100,750 


456 

'36!848 
.... 49 


4 


106 
107 


Summerside, P.E.I 

Sydney, N.S 


8 
138 

7 


4,776 
323.701 
35,919 


6.581 

609.394 

8,297 




82 

4,344 

476 


22 

394 


106 
109 


Three Rivers, Que 

Truro, N 8 


193 
23 


110 


Union Bay, B.C 


48 
389 
34 

1 


155,537 

1.684.668 

200,487 

126 


40,705 

1,861.275 

21,001 

216 


•iaiwo 

97 


2,046 

24.446 

5,628 

11 


325 


111 
112 


Vancouver, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 


47.689 
25,526 


113 


Victoria, P.E.I 

Westport, N.S 




114 


2 

1 

34 

24 

44 


79 
39 

13,542 
5.246 

32,536 


57 
18 

17,332 
22 

3,250 


■ 6;»6 

13,100 


« 


lift 


White Rock, B.C 












7 


11A 


Windsor. N.S 


97 
1 


189,873 
926 


520,350 
1.670 




2,461 
19 


250 


117 


Weymouth, N.S 


128 


118 


Yarmouth, N.S 


2.628 


119 


York Fact<Mry, Man 

Tot*l 


1 


1,115 


351 




32 


















2.894 


9.846,594 


7,855,712 


578,988 


225,416 


8,884 


3,178,289 


1,629,379 


904,663 


117,753 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



21 



N® 6. — Tableau des navires britanniques, canadiens et Strangers aUant d la 
mer, entr^ h chaque port ou port secondaire — Fin 



















In 


















Ballast— Sur lest 






Foreign— £tmiKen 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiens 


F(M«ign 
Etrangers 




Ves- 

Tire* 


Tow 
recnrtflr 

Toonace 
enre- 
Cistrt 


FVriKht. 

Tom 

wei^t 

Poids 
da fret 

en 
tauMB 


Freii^t, 
Tons 

mcMnre- 
meat 

Mwo- 
rage du 
fret en 
touiea 


Crew 

fiqni- 
pace 


Vea- 
ada 

viree 


Tons 
re^iatcf 

Toonage 
enregiatrfe 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vea- 
aeb 

Xa- 

viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistri 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 


ss 


ftl.311 

39,243 

9.542 

1,368 

136.956 

12.015 

1.641 

4,848 


41,000 

43,866 

7,624 

3.384 


139,723 
25.812 

228 


989 
801 
173 
33 
1,583 
224 
23 
93 








19 


28.380 


475 


« 


3.708 


ftft 


71 


M 








7? 


9 




















73 


2 




















74 


44 








5 


5.455 


SI 


3 


31 


7 


7f» 


9 




1 


.... 3,6i6 


45 


7A 


1 


560 
5.663 














77 


4 


4 


329 


32 


24 
2 


3.723 
28 


466 

7 


6 


4,925 


9« 


78 

79 














. 










80 






























81 


3 


1,876 
139.210 
28.502 
40.285 
219.503 
4.661 
7.826 


1.067 
59.054 
37.214 
26,922 
169,606 


240 

"i3,'ii9 


36 
2,542 
721 
425 
3,159 
92 
158 




















8? 


90 








14 
1,153 

1 


3.150 

107.873 

11 

24,894 


187 

8,575 

2 

179 


23 

1.368 

3 

6 


13.449 

53,062 

5,500 

18,956 


239 

8.580 

74 

1,017 


H^ 


56 
21 


1 


37 


11 


84 
8S 


74 
6 


1« 


38,919 


1.554 


86 

87 


8 


12,262 




















88 




1 


99 


6 


36 


3,279 


583 








89 


















90 


59 


5,295 
11,802 
3,735 
15,046 
1,206 
7.784 
7.478 


3,121 
6,559 
1,031 
27,480 
450 
6,364 
1,019 


eii 


1.17ft 
250 

1,049 
35« 
21 
233 
133 








3 


201 


24 


37 


2,504 


771 


91 


12 








971 


53 








8 


341 


63 


44 


2,509 


758 


93 


18 








94 


1 








28 
33 


375 
2.546 


ii7 

lft4 








9S 


14 








492 


157,14ft 


7.193 


96 


6 








97 










1 
2 

20 

638 

5 

89 


84 
91 
75 

29,336 
11 

11.553 


6 

10 

34 

2,917 

10 

296 








98 


1 


14 

2,179 

6,958 

470 

365.889 

13,935 

82 

5,501 

230.465 

21,675 

307 

21,770 

2.509,070 

411,844 

900 

222 

14 

71,023 

4,653 

388.345 


U 

4,507 

10,984 

7 

466,475 

15,557 

350 

5,452 

463,687 

10, 145 

56 

6,013 

2,398,372 

44,245 

588 

110 

7 

163.544 

12.603 

23.981 


"i.iiai 

85,791 
952 

"i'.bTS 
■■■2,126 


2 

27 

869 

60 

8,324 

321 

10 

101 

3,812 

259 

ft 

375 

31.937 

11.097 

31 

50 

3 

1.417 

111 

33.073 








1 

7 
159 
21 
90 


34 

4.102 

2,654 

208 

45.113 


4 

103 

329 

51 

950 


99 


1 








100 


436 








101 


18 








10? 


621 
18 


13 


45.173 


897 


103 
104 


2 








1 


30 


2 


1 


758 


4 


105 


5 








106 


149 
9 
1 


7 
1ft 


5.536 
33.572 


148 
431 


7 
7 


13.449 
15.982 


165 
160 


100 
15 


271,767 
34,847 


3,420 
4«4 


107 
108 
109 


20 








6 
490 
477 


479 
275.785 
430.620 


28 
9,538 
21,335 


30 

258 

1.063 


1,438 

528,848 

1,866,100 


178 

6,063 

59,422 


110 


772 

218 

1 


15 
34 


89.840 
135,141 


1.430 
3.670 


111 
113 

in 


U 




















114 


1 














1 
1 


14 
813 


2 
22 


lis 


81 














lift 


ft 








4 
88 


162 
5,401 


25 
962 


117 


198 








47 


2.481 


817 


118 










119 
































5,549 


8.558.739 


7.255,332 


530.563 


179.711 


333 


540.151 


13.260 


5,190 


1.399.680 


66,723 


5.046 


3.431.91ft 


107739 





CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 7. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered 

Outwards for Sea 

ABSTRACT BY COUNTRIES 



No. 



ComtriM to which 
Dcpartod 

Pftys d« dwtinatioo 



With Cargoea— Chargte 



British— Britanniquee 



VeMel* 



Navirw 



Tons 
reciater 



Toonace 
enr«- 

gietrt 



Freight, 

Tons 

weight 



Poids 
du fret 



FYeight 
Tons, 

measure- 
ment 



Meeu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 



Crew 



Equi- 
page 



Canadiaa— Caaadiens 



Veeeels 



Navires 



Tons 
register 



Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 



Freight 

Taos 

weight 



Poids 
du fret 



Freight 
Tons. 



meat 



Mem- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 



Crew 



£qHi- 



Great Britain 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British .South Africa 
British Wct»t Africa.. 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

British India 

British West Indies other 
British Oceania, otlier. . 

Fiji Islands 

Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Irish Free State 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Palestine 

Argentina 

Asores and Madeira 

Belgium 

Brasil 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Dutch East Indies 

Dutch West Indies 

Finland 

France 

French Africa 

Germany 

Greece 

Honduras 

Italy 

Japan 

Korea 

Mexico 

.M iquplon and St. Pierre 

Netherlands 

NM-way 

Panama 

Peru 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Syria 

Turkey 

United SUtea 

Umgnay 

VcoeBvela 

For Sea 

Sea Fisheries 



S12 
84 



4.601,582 
426,916 



3.320,086 
128,799 



360,805 
16.146 



111,250 
9,236 



172,636 
73,869 



259,879 
104,531 



1.503 



3,324 
834 



97.718 
15,335 
2,173 



76,895 
10,478 
2,050 



59,025 
19,514 
1,715 



1,234 
190 
67 



4 

7 

2 

1 

6 

22 

13 

1 

652 

22 

1 

5 



12,490 

11,724 

8,969 

3,642 

15,657 

174,728 

39,196 

2,160 

516,092 

104,686 

1.899 

17.317 



23.594 

7.500 

876 

1.525 

37,680 

66,993 

82,603 

4.028 

230.55 

25,740 

4.788 

6.300 



1,490 
1,03 



7.172 



1,075 
25,472 



171 

158 

95 

49 

187 

4,665 

505 

30 

17.204 

2,254 

27 

209 



132,904 
15.376 



47,350 
9,221 



3.M4 
406 



S3 



62.730 



54.573 



7,053 



1.346 



61.805 



19,841 



7.826 



3.803 



117,780 
57,960 



87,885 
95,956 



110 



4.100 
739 



246,378 



431.153 



2,752 



3.960 



1,183 

74.664 
35,270 



1.900 
49.010 
24.158 



2.850 

47 



27 
930 
397 



74.000 

2,005 

34.286 

12.701 



83,133 
4,800 
20,175 
25,784 



1,344 

29 

825 

172 



35,344 
6,711 
1,627 



2.373 
8.030 
1,068 



1,804 



2.160 
46 
43 



238,238 



196,696 



11,456 



7,135 



108 
19 



415,800 
48,525 



606.634 
120.237 



161.047 
119,253 



378,827 
86,882 



3,455 
'2is51 



7.832 
602 



6,787 
2,035 



15.000 
4,590 



1.763 
2.361 



07,837 



13.743 



17.830 



5,078 



10.046 
203,155 



6,872 
683.517 



561 



386 
3.309 



2,979 

32,066 

9,703 



140 
11,256 
19,927 



1,030 



68 

1,354 

119 



1 
1 
2 
2 
15 
3 

29 

4 

4 

6 

460 



2,823 

3.194 

3.233 

376 

45,200 
8,604 

70,092 
7,753 
8,145 

14.281 
1.857.293 



480 

1.120 

7,911 

400 

100.387 

21.615 

171,814 

19.032 

20.208 

38,891 

796,993 



104 



1,571 
'«2i376 



47 

39 

48 

15 

475 

104 

908 

100 

115 

105 

43.765 



8.231 



1.634 



100 



2.821 



8,130,234 



794.646 



M.811 



8S,06« 



1.340 
31,031 

6,083 



70« 



760 



23 

1.580 

835 



6 
603 



136 
43.0S2 



3 

3.817 



19 
7,433 



Total. 



3.894 0.846.694 7.866.712 578.088 235.416 



3.884 



3.178.380 



1.020,370 



804,«63 



117.763 



RECAPITULATION 



WithCargoM 
Chaitte 


VesMls 
Navires 


Register 

Tonnage 
eoregiatrt 


Freight, tons 
Weight 

Poids dtt tnt 
eataoBM 


Frvight, tons 
Meaaoremeat 

Mesuracsda 
fret M ttmam 


Crew 
£qupa«« 


Britisli— BritaaaiquM 


2.894 
3.884 
5.549 


9.846,694 
3.178.289 
8.558.730 


7.868,713 
1.639.370 
7.366.383 


678.088 
204.663 
630.663 


83S.4I8 


r'>««^:«>— OaMtfimw 


117,763 


Foraivi— EtnugOTi 


179.711 


Total 


13.837 


81,683,«» 


18.740,438 


1. 804.308 


638.880 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



23 



N° 7. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers declares 

a la sortie 

RELEVfi PAR PAYS 





la BkUast— Siir lest 




F<»«ign— Strangers 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiois 


Foraicn 
Etraagecs 




Vea- 
Mla 

vii- 

vires 


Tooa 
rcKiater 

Tonnage 
enre- 

gistrfe 


Freight. 

Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight. 
Tons 

measure- 
ment 

Mesu- 

rage du 

fret en 

tonnee 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistrf 


Crew 

fiqui- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tcmnage 
enregistr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
ewegistrfr 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 


170 
11 


473.423 
30,714 


461,212 
7.064 


45.961 
1.300 


6.149 
356 


31 


49,291 


1,012 


1ft 


28,636 


375 


17 


36.599 


582 


1 










3 


99 


18 








s 


2 


9,433 


9,604 




80 














4 






















6 


23 


30.434 


10.830 




554 




















A 























7 






























8 


S3 
2 


00,558 
• 3.447 

1.053 
15.107 
15.662 

4,907 


84,432 
2.183 
2.382 

34,234 

7.954 
2,805 


10.301 
1,971 


1.619 

49 

24 

179 

253 

107 


3 


7.298 


00 


18 


4,733 


117 


1 


534 


23 


9 
10 


1 




















11 


5 


2 


5,510 


62 














1? 


4 














13 


5 


1 


168 


24 














14 
















15 


87 
11 


76.909 
38.339 


91,514 
12.610 




1.380 
381 


74 


42.399 


1,745 


117 


27,657 


1,283 


92 


268,461 


3.256 


16 
17 






















18 


43 


123,153 


59,961 




1.294 














4 


12,578 


119 


19 
















20 


36 


125,682 


216.070 




1,434 


1 


2,711 


33 














?I 
















n 


4 


11.401 

280.289 

37.696 

67,285 

108,638 

3.583 


i,776 

283.838 

19.714 

40.561 

107.353 

660 


iS3 

1.696 

57 

1.270 


131 
3,352 

583 
2,033 
2.260 

33 




















r\ 


S5 


3 
5 


32, 137 
24.3G4 


1,246 
188 














24 


19 
48 


16 


103,165 


682 


4 
6 


20,353 
13.143 


159 
121 


25 


41 














?7 


1 




















n 




1 


4.328 


54 


1 


6.845 


37 


2 


9,601 


78 


29 


] 


1.927 
328.401 

1,986 
474.925 
116.721 


4.273 
350.555 

4.717 
559,332 
293.850 


900 

935 


32 
2,856 

29 
6,611 
1,303 


30 


73 














6 


1,025 


202 


31 


1 














3? 


133 














1 


3,683 


29 


31 


41 














34 
















1 


626 


30 


35 


151 


604.237 

1,438,085 

2.908 


1,072,791 

1,291.947 

3,465 


123 
137.646 


5,427 

19,156 

40 


1 
12 


3,179 
86,235 


38 
2,121 








36 


358 
1 


4 


36.156 


3,165 


52 


292,563 


6,648 


37 
38 










11 
98 


12,414 
17,180 


155 
1,124 


2 
20 


7,633 
6,102 


73 
575 


39 


13 
100 


5,608 
326.900 
120.162 


4,220 
663.977 
209,785 


1.000 
275 

1 


373 
4,110 
2.071 


14 
3 


3,258 
10,957 


155 
150 


40 
41 


47 








6 


7.673 


100 


42 
















43 


4 


11.537 
4.416 


4,471 
8.698 


56 


123 
42 


4 


19,886 


167 


8 


64,087 


367 








44 










45 






















46 


4 


13.780 

11.985 

42.112 

127,319 


22.202 

9.314 

91.082 

9«.2«e 


786 


145 

335 

564 

2,934 




















47 


3 














1 
2 


1,386 
1,168 


36 
115 


48 


18 














49 


43 














50 






















51 


1 


1,927 

3.503.694 

5,433 


4,872 

1,189.935 

2,916 


sieiisi 


33 

100.607 

69 


1 
61 


3,267 
233,338 


33 

4.390 














.t? 


3.024 
2 


2.874 


1,045,576 


46.964 


4,083 


3,653,887 


81,515 


53 




1 

6 

128 


3,437 

333 

9,166 


50 

66 

1.656 








2 
48 
699 


8,745 

427 

76,940 


84 

130 

13.874 


Sft 


118 
7M 


17,521 
50.443 


177 
9,701 




1,731 
10,130 


48 
1.976 


1,562 
63,670 


169 
14,877 


56 
57 


t.MO 


8.558,739 


7.355.333 


530.562 


179,711 


332 


540.151 


13.269 


5.190 


1,399,680 


66,733 


6.046 


3.421.916 


107739 





UECVPITULATION 



InBaUast 
Surlest 


Veaads 

Navirea 


Tons 
Registw 

Tonnage 
eoregistr^ 


Freight, tons 
Weight 

Poids du fret 
en tonnes 


Freight, tons 
Measurement 

Meaurage d« 
fr«t ea taoass 


Crew 
Equipage 


British— Britaaniquea 


332 
5.19U 
6.046 


640,151 
1.899,680 
3.431.016 






13.360 


Caaadiaa-rOaMKlMM 






66.733 


FormgB — ^Etraagm . .. 






107.739 










Total 


10.568 


•,S«1.747 






187.731 










Grand total 


23,806 


20.944. S«9 


16.740.433 


1.304.303 


710.601 



M 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



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TRADE WITH EACH COUNTRY AND NATIONALITY OF VESSELS 

No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea at each of the undermentioned Ports and Out- 
ports in Canada from Foreign (Countries, distinguishing the Nationality 
of the Vessels employed in the trade with each Country. 



Porta and Outports and 
Cottntriea whence Arrived 

Porta et porta seoondairee et 
p«ya de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United Statea 
£tat8-Uni8 


Norway 
Norvfege 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belginm 
Belgiqoe 


Vea 
aela 

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virea 


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ter 

Tonnage 
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giatr^ 


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aela 

Ni- 
vires 


Tona 

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ter 

ToDnage 
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Eiatr« 


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aela 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

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ter 

Toonase 
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Kiatrft 


Vea- 

aela 

nL 

virea 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatri 


Vee- 

seU 

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virea 


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core- 
gi8ti« 


Albert. N.B.- 
Uaited Statea 


.(6) 

.(a) 






1 


300 
































Alert Bay, B.C.— 
United Statea 


2 
11 


389 
198 


39 
14 


32,324 
345 














Sea Fiaberiee 




























Total 


13 


587 


53 


32.669 
















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Amherat, N.8.— 


3 


292 




































Amherst Harbour, Que.— 
St. Pierre 


1 


368 




































Annapc^ Royal, N.S.— 
United StAtee 


6 


568 




































Anyoz. B.C.— 
United Statea 


12 


17.136 


3 


5,779 




























Arichat, N.S.— 
Sea Fiaheriea 


17 


308 


18 


388 




























Baddeck. N.S.— 


2 

1 


1.695 
2.035 






3 


3.099 


- 








United Statea 


1 
1 


1.658 
498 










United Statea 














Sea Fiaheriea 


20 


491 
































Total 


33 


4.221 


2 


2.156 


3 


3.099 










Bamfield. B.C.— 
From Sea 


.(a) 


8 
11 


127 

4.158 


42 
10 


274 
287 














United Statea 




























Total 


10 


4.285 


52 


561 














Barringtoa Paaaace, N.S. 
Britiah Weat ladiea 


.(6) 


1 


99 


















United Statea 


6 

4 


314 
308 












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4 


64 


























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fi 


163 


10 


433 
















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Bathumt. N.B.— 
Great Britain 










2 


3.318 










Britiah Weat ladiea 


9 


689 














Norway ... 






1 
1 


3.333 
1.748 








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United Statea 


















United Statea 


1 
68 


395 

894 














Sea Fiaheriea 




































Total 


61 


1.838 






4 


6.184 










Bear River. N.8.- 
United Statea 


(a) 


9 


17.780 



















(a) StMun-Vapeara. (b) Sail-Voiliera. 



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COMMERCE AVEC CHAQUE PAYS ET NATIONALITY DES NAVIRES 



31 



N** 12. — Releve du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur 
d^clarfe d Ventree k chacun des ports et ports secondaires sous-mentionn^s 
du Canada venant des pays Strangers, et de la nationality des navires em- 
ployes dans le commerce avec chaque pays. 



Denmark 
Danemark 


Fraoce 
Fraace 


Germany 
Allemacne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Naticnalitiea 
Antree nationalit^j 


Total 


V«a> 

aek 

Tina 


Togs 

Recia- 

tor 

eare- 

Ci8tr6 


Vea- 
sels 

Na- 

Tirea 


ToiM 

Recia- 
ter 

Tooaaco 
cnre- 
Siatf^ 


V«a- 

sela 

viree 


Toaa 

RaciB 

ter 

Toonaca 
eare- 
giatrt 


Vee- 

aels 

N»- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toooace 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Vee. 

sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toanage 
enre- 
Cisti6 


Flag 
PaviUoa 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enrs' 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tooa 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonaage 
eara- 
giatrft 




























1 


200 
























































41 
25 


32.713 




























543 
























































66 


33.256 
























































3 


292 
























































1 


288 

























































6 


568 
















































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22,915 
























































35 


606 
























































5 
21 

1 
30 


4,794 


i 


3.001 










17 


26.024 












32 318 






















498 




























491 






























2 


3.001 










17 


25.624 












47 


38 101 
























r 




























SO 
21 


401 




























4,445 
























































71 


4 846 
























































1 
6 
8 


99 




























314 




























272 
























































15 


585 






































1 


1.300 
















3 
% 

1 

1 

58 


3.518 
























639 




























2 223 




























1.743 





























395 




























894 






































1 


1.300 

















a« 


9.312 































17.780 






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No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outports and 
Countries whence Arrived 

Ports et ports seoondaires et 
pays de depart 


Great BriUin 
Grande-Bretacne 


United SUtee 
£tats-Unis 


NOTway 
Norv«ce 


Sweden 
sJde 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 

sels 

vires 


Tow 

Regis- 

tw- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrft 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


TOBS 

Regis- 
ter 

Tonaage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
seb 

Na- 

vires 


Tow 
Regis- 
ter 

Toaaace 
eare- 

gistr6 


Belliveau's Cove, N.8.— 
British West Indies (b) 




282 

238 

103 

1,181 

9 


















Cuba .. (6) 


















St. Pierre (6) 


















United Statee lb) 


















Sea Fisheries (6) 




































Total 


11 


1.813 




































Blabber Bay. B.C.— 
United States . (s) 


23 


13,070 


1 


9 




























Bonne Esperaaee, Que.— 


16 
2 


6,471 
103 






















































Total 


18 


6.674 




































Bridgetown, N.S.— 

United Statee (6) 


I 


203 




































Bridgewater. N.S.— 
United Statee (s) 










25 


31,020 










United Statee (b) 


e 


1.861 
































Total 


6 


hW 






26 


31.020 
























Britannia Beach, B.C.— 
United Sutes (a) 


85 


62.068 


32 


62.657 


























Buctottche, N.B.— 
United States (o) 










1 


903 




























Botedale, B.C - 
United States (a) 


3 
42 


769 
636 


48 
36 


1,429 
993 














Sea Fisheries (a) 




























Total 


46 


1.306 


84 


2.422 




























Campbellton, N.B.— 
Great Britain {«) 


1 
1 


1,838 
1.617 


















Newfoondlaad ■) 






8 
1 


4.018 
3,010 










United States U) 














United States (ft) 


1 


S39 


1 


667 
























Total 


8 


S,784 


1 


667 


4 


6,638 




















Campobello, N.B.— 
United States (s) 


400 


26,317 


407 


17,602 


























Caaso. N.8.- 

Ntfwfooadkad (s) 

From Sea (s) 






1 


« 


1 


1,101 










1 

1 

2 

00 

31 


40 

21 

601 

11,480 

3,806 










Prom Sea \b) 


















UaHedStMss b) 


















Sea Fidisrias ^s) 


30 

1 


634 
66 














Sea Fisheries ^) 




























Total 


104 


16,138 


32 


609 


1 


1,101 












. 








Caraquet, N.B.— 
BMrisiicries Of) 


104 


1,876 




















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DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



33 



N"= 



12. — Rblbv6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur, 
d6clar6s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmnrk 
Dnnemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemacne 


Netherlandfl 
Paya-Baa 


Japan 
Japan 


Other Natiooalitiea 
Aatrea nationality 


Total 


Vea- 


Tons 

Beci*- 

ter 

Toaaace 
eue- 
Cistr6 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 
Reen- 
ter 

cue- 


Vee- 
aels 

Nil- 

Tires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

To— agt 
enra- 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 

virea 


Tcoa 

Bacia- 

ter 

TonnaKe 
enre- 


Vea- 
aeb 

virea 


TOBB 

Recia- 
ter 

Toanage 


Flat 
Pavilloii 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kiatr6 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 

virea 


Tom 
B«Va- 

ter 

Toonaca 
enra- 
giatrt 


TiX«B 


enre- 


































383 




























238 




























103 




























1.181 




























9 
























































11 


1.813 
























































24 


13.672 
























































16 

2 


6,471 




























103 
























































18 


6.574 
























































1 


203 
























































25 

6 


31 030 




























1,851 

























































31 


32,871 
























































117 


125 625 
























































1 


993 




























51 
78 


2 188 


















* 










1,629 






















































130 


3,817 
























































1 
5 

1 
2 


1.838 
6 777 


1 


1.143 
















































2 610 




























896 






























1 


1.142 
























B 


12,121 




















































807 


43,719 




























3 

1 

1 

2 

W 

33 


— r 

1 110 




























40 




























21 




























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12 104 




























2,968 






















































127 


M.9tt 




























104 


1.876 






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CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailling Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
CooBtriea whence Arrived 

Porta et porta Minnadaires et 


Great BriUtn 
Grande-Bretagne 


United States 
£uti»-Unia 


Norvigs 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

\'ire8 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sela 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
euro- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Regis- 

rer 

Tannage 
enre- 

gistr6 


Charlottetow-n. P.E.I.— 
British West Indies (a) 


1 
2 
3 


1.900 
720 
258 






2 


2,173 










British West Indies (b) 
































Germany (a) 

St. Pierre (o) 


























1 
8 


1,028 
8,007 










United States (a) 


1 


I.MS 














United States (6) 


4 


3.017 




























Total 


7 


4.183 


4 


3.017 


6 


6,208 




















Chatham, N.B.— 
Newfoundland (o) 










1 
1 
2 


1.138 

932 

2,741 










St. Pierre (o) 


















United States (a) 


2 
I 


S.6«7 

g3» 














United States (6) 
































Total 


3 


6.506 






4 


4.811 
























Chemainus, B.C.— 
Chipn (<t) 
























1 

87 
31 


3.032 
26,079 
32.225 






1 


2,441 










United States (a) 


56 

29 


13,402 
45,153 










United States (6) 




























Total 


119 


61.336 


85 


58.555 


1 


2,441 




















Chester, N.S.— 
United States (a) 






1 


16 














Sea Fisheries (a) 


30 


441 
































Total 


30 


441 


1 


15 




























Cheticamp, N.S.— 










1 
26 


883 
23,648 










United States (a) 




































Total 










27 


24.531 




























Chiooatimi, Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 










1 


1,840 










United States (s) 






1 


1,018 




























Total 






1 


1,018 


I 


1,849 
























Clark's Harbour, N.8.— 
Britiab West Indies (6) 


1 

1 

17 


310 

05 

556 


















United States {•) 


35 


464 














Sea Fisheries (a) 
































Total 


10 


061 


25 


464 




























Clementarord, N.S.— 
United SUtes (6) 


4 


S06 




































Difby, N.S.- 
Britiah West Indies. . (b) 


2 
16 
8 

4 


404 
784 
374 
180 


















United States (s) 


23 


880 














United SUtss (6) 

flwt FUbmif* . w 
















































Total 


35 


1,833 


33 


880 




























F/iclewood. B.C.— 

Japan (a) 

United States ..(a) 


1 
2 


S.073 
5,883 


















. . . . 
16 


63,314 




























Total 


3 


8.055 


16 


62,214 
















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DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



36 



N** 12. — Relbv£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-coumers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d I'erUrie, etc. — Suite 



Dcommrk 
DaiMmwk 


Fraaoe 
Fimaoe 


Germaay 
AllemacBe 


Netherlands 
Pays-BM 


JaiMui 
JapoD 


Other NatkMalitiea 
Aatree nationality 


Total 


Mb 


Tom 

R^ia- 

tcr 

Cisti« 


•da 
virea 


Toaa 

tar 

Tomace 
enz«- 
Siatrt 


Vaa- 

aala 


Tona 

Racia' 

ter 

Tonaace 
core- 
Ci8ti« 


Vea- 

sda 

Ni- 

vireB 


Tom 

KfgUh 

tar 

Tomiase 
enre- 

tPBM 


Vea- 
ada 

nI- 

virea 


Tcna 
Ragia- 

tcr 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Kiatri 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Vea- 
sela 

N^ 
viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tconace 
enre- 


Vee- 

aels 

Ni- 

viree 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

eara- 
Ciati« 
































3 
2 
3 
1 
1 
7 
4 


4.073 




























720 




























258 










1 


3.771 
















8,771 
























1.028 


1 


1.906 










2 


2,448 












7,0«« 






















3.017 






























1 


1,206 






1 


3.ni 


2 


2.448 












21 


20.833 




























1 
1 
6 
1 


1,138 




























932 


1 


■m 
























9.035 


























939 
































1 


727 
























8 


12.044 




























1 


4,lfi» 
























1 

5 

145 

60 


4,159 
















3 
1 


10.600 
3.404 








16,172 


1 


2.6M 




















45,679 






















77,378 






























2 


6.853 














4 


14.103 








211 


143.288 


















































1 
30 


15 




























441 
























































31 


456 
























































1 
2« 


883 




























23.648 
























































27 


24,531 
























































1 

1 


1.849 




























1,018 
























































2 

1 

3« 
17 


2.867 






















































310 




























559 




























556 
























































44 
4 


1,425 










^_, , 












































396 




























2 

38 
3 

4 


494 




























1,173 




























374 




























180 
























































47 


2,221 
























































1 
18 


3,072 




























68,007 
















• 








































19 


71,160 










=^ 






' 1 


■1 


1 








■ 





CUSTOMS—SniPPINO REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta aad Outports and 
Couatriea whence Arrived 

Porta et porta aeoondairee et 
paya de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United States 
£uta-Unia 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SoMe 


Belginm 
Belgiqne 


Vea- 

selB 

Na- 

viree 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
Kistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tens 

Recis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eore- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 

viree 


Teas 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


T<»s 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 

gistr6 


Vee- 

sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 

Rep»- 

ter 

Tonnace 
eore- 
gisti^ 


Freeport, N.8.— 
United SUtee (a) 


6 


250 


10 


160 




























Qaap^, Que — 
Great Britain (o) 










1 


805 










British West Indiea (6) 


1 
12 
1 
1 


323 

24.348 

66 

147 














Newfoundland (o) 


1 


3,185 














Newfoundland (6) 

St. Pierre (a) 






























Pmin , ..,,, ,.(«) 






1 


080 










iJnited Statee (a) 


2 


887 
































Total 


17 


25,771 


1 


3,185 


2 


1,584 




















GeorRctown, P.E.I.— 










6 


6,562 










NfiwfO"nd)tind , , . (h) 



2 
1 

1 


459 

100 

3,030 

10 














St. Pierre (6) 


















United Statea (o) 






1 


003 










Sea Flaheriea (6) 
































Total 


13 


3,599 






7 


6,555 
























Glace Bay. N.S.— 
From Sea (a) 


2 
26 


22 
932 


















From Sea (6) 


















United SUtee (6) 


12 


263 














Sea Fisheriee (6) 


1 


11 
































Total 


29 


965 


12 


263 


























. , ,_.., 


Guysboro, N.8.— 
Great Britain (o) 


1 


223 


















United Statea (o) 






1 


003 


















































Total 


1 


223 






1 


003 
























Halifax, N.S.— 
Great Britain (e) 

British Weet Indies (a) 


117 

47 
4 

119 
36 
26 
17 


700,024 

125,602 
574 
167,867 
3.564 
222.817 
89,946 


1 


6,704 


12 
18 


12.010 
10,832 


1 
21 


1,168 
22,489 










British Weet Indies (6) 


i 

2 


816 
181 









2 


858 




















Belgium . (a) 






1 


056 











Pail (a) 














Cuba (a) 






3 


1.015 


1 


1.030 




















Germany (a) 

Nethwlanda (•) 






4 


15,348 






1 


1.073 


















Norway (a) 

Argentina (a) 










10 


128,3«4 










8 


10,00ft 


















1 


032 












24 

46 

3 

2 


10,080 

9,310 

525 

3,795 














St. Pierre (o) 

8t.Pi«rre lb) 

Spain (a) 

Swedaa (a) 

llniUul AtAt^ (a) 






4 


1,083 


























2 


1.940 














38 
18 


220.977 
89,138 






107 
10 


777.388 
3,591 


29 

7 


65,368 
4,066 


10 


26,346 






United SUtea (b) 

Denmark («) 

Portac>l <*) 

Australia («) 

Dutch West ladica (a) 


















1 

21 

1 

1 
1 
8 

22 

2 

1 

312 

13 


376 
85.000 

6.845 
176 

2,307 
19,376 
78.578 

5.141 

3,357 
49,332 

1,145 


































3 


11.706 














Greece (a) 

Raasia (a) 

ColombU la) 






























3 
3 


ll.ftSS 
10,831 


























British South Africa (a) 














Turkey !.V.'."!!(«) 

8aa Fiaheriw (a) 

SaaFkberiaa (6) 


















7 


330 










































Total 


1,020 


3.478.110 


88 


125.057 


80 


105,066 


70 338,854 






(a) 8(«am-Vapean. (b) 8a 


il— Vol 


iltan. 



















DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



37 



N" 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapour, d^clar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 































'otal 


Denmark 
Dwiemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemacne 


Netherlaada 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Atttree nationalitte 


1 


Ves- 

Tins 


Tooa 

Reets- 

ter 

Toonase 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 

Mls 

Na- 

vires 


Tooa 

Becis- 

tw 

Tonnace 
enre- 
CiBtr6 


Ve«. 

iels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Yea- 
aelB 

Ni- 

viiee 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Si8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
Kistr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


TODB 

Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


TOBB 

Regia- 
ter 

Tomwge 
enre- 
gistrt 




























16 


410 




























I 

1 
13 
1 
2 
1 
3 


895 




























323 




























27,533 
66 
































1 


636 




















682 
























689 


i 


1.206 
























2,093 


























1 


1.206 


1 


636 




















22 


32,281 
















































6 
9 
2 
2 

1 


5,562 
459 






















































100 




























4.023 
10 


















































































20 


10.164 




























2 
26 
12 

1 


22 




























932 




























263 




























jl 
























































41 


1.228 




























1 

1 
1 


223 




























993 


1 


i,292 
























1.292 




























1.292 
























3 




I 








2.508 


« 


6,738 
3,863 






2 
2 


1.941 
2.036 










/Italy 

\Spain 


1 

1 


1.283 
498 


94 

5 

123 

36 

27 

18 

4 

13 

37 

22 

19 

4 

2 

36 

68 

3 

6 

28 

275 

17 

61 

1 

21 

3 

1 

1 

6 

25 

2 

1 

376 

13 


820.335 
176 317 


3 


1 


147 


2 


2.268 


















1.390 
168.906 
3,554 
223.775 
94.948 
4.034 
63 149 




































































































P<4and 


1 


5002, 


1 


1.099 




















13 


63,149 
























32 


218,636 
















234,965 
181,009 
128,364 
13 183 










22 


181,009 






















































Italy 


1 


3.177 


1 


1.290 


















2,222 

32.565 

14.511 

525 




12 
7 


12.676 
2,720 




































Spain 


1 


498 






















1 


442 














Spain 


1 


496 


6.684 

220.977 

1,007,615 

7,676 

286,968 

376 


















11 


48.379 


1 


1,116 








































61 


286.968 










































































85.600 

18.551 

175 
















































































2,307 
36 141 






















vtiim^. '.!:.'. 


1 


6,107 























89.309 
5 141 




























3,257 

70. 161 

1.145 






66 


19.161 














SpiOn 


3 


1,368 


















7S 


347,367 


90 


99,801 


36 


222.613 


24 


183.267 


.^^ 






9 


17.431 


1,469 


4.004,936 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of tho Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Vorta and Outports and 
CountriM wheooe Arrived 

Ports et porta aeooodairee et 
paya de depart 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretacne 


United SUtes 
£uts-lTnis 


Norvice 


Sweden 
SttMe 


Belrnm 
BelgiqM 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

ToonaKe 
enre- 
Bi8tr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gietr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

T<Hinage 
eore- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tom 

Regia. 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Havre St. Pierre. Que — 


10 


8.S00 




































Hillaboro. N.B — 
United States ....(«) 










13 


10.049 










United States (6) 






2 


850 




























Total 






2 


850 


13 


10.049 











bMMB Harbour, N.8.— 
SMFIaheriee (i^ 


3 


30 


21 


411 














Jonin Mines. N.S.— 
United States (b) 






1 


160 
































KsBtviUe. N.S.- 
United States (b) 


1 


214 


1 


198 




























Kildonan. B.C.— 
United States (s) 


10 


10.094 


476 


15,682 














Jap«n is) 

Sea Fisheries (s) 














43 


871 


21 


334 




























Total 


53 


10, W5 


496 


16.016 














KincBport. N.S.— 
United States («) 










1 


1,346 










United States I ft) 


1 


362 
































Total 


1 


362 






1 


1,346 






















1 , - 


I-adner. B.C.- 
United States • • • (a) 


2 


52 


























Ladysmith. B.C.— 
United States («) 


67 
63 




20,563 
12.513 


42 
13 


45.119 
2.099 














United States (b) 




























Total 


120 


33.076 


65 


47.218 




























La Have. N.S.- 
British West Indies (a) 


1 
3 

1 
1 
« 
1 
28 

41 


33 
Sll 
128 

40 

3,279 

77 

2.828 


















British West Indies (6) 


















St Pierre (6) 


















United States («) 


















United States lb) 


















Ssa Fisheries («) 


1 


18 














Sea Fisheries ib) 
































Total 


«,99« 


1 


18 


























■ ■■ -M 


Levis, Que.— 
Great Britain (•) 


2 


3,936 
































■11 ■ 


Liverpool, N.S.— 
British West Indies (b) 


1 

1 

S 

8« 


364 

73 

116 

3,086 




































From Boa . . (•) 


















8t.Pi«n« (s) 






1 


•44 










|MiB If) 


1 
15 

3 
21 


84 

1.008 
2.642 
1.201 










tfaitsd States (a) 


2 

1 
47 


88 

123 
1,123 






S 


3,177 






ViriUd States . ... . (b) 










Bm'fUim\m.'........ W) 














Total 


01 


3,899 


40 


4.996 


1 


M4 


^ 


i.m 






(s) Stsam— Vapmm. (b) Si 


Ol-Vo 


iUan. 



















DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



39 



N** 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des longs-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d I'entrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemacne 


Netherlaada 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Aatres nationality 


Total 


Ves- 
•ela 

Nar 

virea 


Tons 

ReKia- 

ter 

Tooaace 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vce- 
•ela 

iTar 

virea 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Kiatr6 


Vea- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ki8tr6 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 

viree 


T<»8 

Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 

seb 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Rois- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr4 


Flag 
Pavilkm 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 




























10 


8,500 






















































13 
2 


10,049 
850 


















































































15 


10,89g 






















































24 


441 




























1 


160 



























=:=^ 


2 


412 




























485 

4 
64 


25.776 
13,509 
1 205 


. 1 


3,363 














3 


11,156 




















■ 




































1 


2.353 














3 


11,156 








553 


40,490 




























1 
1 


1.345 
352 
















































































2 


1.697 




























2 


63 




























109 
66 


65.682 
14.612 























































175 


80.394 




























1 
3 
1 
1 
6 
2 
28 


33 




























611 
128 






















































40 
3,279 

95 
2,828 











































































































42 


7,014 




























2 


3,936 




























1 
1 
3 

87 
1 

IB 
4 

68 


354 
72 






















































116 




























84 

3,833 
S,7« 
8.833 




































































































































184 


I3.0U 
















1 






1 








z^mamm 



B. 



^ 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 



12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 





J 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretacne 


United SUtes 
£tats-UntB 


Norv^ce 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


CountrwB wheoM Arrived 

Ports et ports seooBdum et 
pays de di|MUt 


Ves- 
seU 

N^r 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enre- 
gistre 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Retis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
eore- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonacs 
enre- 
gistr« 


Lookeport. N.8.— 
United 8t*t«e (fc) 






2 


86 














SwFisheriea Q>) 


le 


695 
































Total 


16 


695 


2 


86 




























Ixn^'a Cove, N.B.— 
United States («) 


036 


9,512 


267 


2,497 




























Lottisburc, N.S. — 
Great Britain (a) 


2 
4 
6 


6.896 

4,274 

336 


















Newfoandlaad («) 


















Newfoundland 0>) 


3 


309 














'Fnace (*) 














St Pierre (•) 


1 

7 


29 
14,363 






2 

1 


1,404 
1,281 










United State* («) 


2 


94 










Sea Fisheries («) 










Sea Fislieries db) 


9 


190 


87 


1,850 




























Total 


28 


26,088 


92 


2,253 


3 


2,685 










Lower East Pubnico, N.S.— 
United States (a) 


3 
2 


101 
82 




















36 


2,153 




























Total 


6 


183 


36 


2,153 




























Lnnenburi, N.S.— 
British West Indies (6) 


29 
2 

12 

20 
2 
1 
9 

67 
160 


6,667 

641 

1,120 

1,472 

220 

30 

3,193 

4,243 

14,962 




































Newfoundland (b) 


















St Pierre (a) 


















St Pierre (b) 


















United States (a) 



















United StatM ... (b) 


1 
3 


629 
107 














g«a Fitfifnifff (a) 














Sea Fisheries (b) 
































Total 


292 


32,538 


4 


736 




























lIahoaeBay.N.S.— 
SeaFtsheriss (b) 


6 


586 


































llaiilaad. N.S.- 
UnitedSutes (b) 






2 


732 














Mete^iaB River, N.S.— 

St PiOTe 'b^ 


9 
2 


385 
452 




















(b) 




































Total 


11 


837 


















Ifoiietoa, N.B.— 
British West ladies (b) 


1 


283 


































United States (b) 


4 


1.346 


1 


S6S 














ToUd 


5 


1,529 


1 


852 














MoBtacns, P.E.I.- 
Nawtoodlaad 0>) 


1,100 


• 


=s 




















1' ' 


1 ' ■ = 


l:sa=s 




1 r- 1 






II 1 1 1 



(s) Stsam— VapMTS. (b) SaU— VoUisrs. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



41 



N** 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



Dcwnark 
DmiMnuirk 


Fnnce 
France 


Germany 
AUemagae 


Netherlands 
Paya-Bas 


Japan 
Japan 


Otha Nationalities 
Antres nationality 


Total 


Va»- 

sek 

Tina 


Tons 

R«Si»- 

tcr 

TomuiKe 
anre- 
(iatrt 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 
aeb 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

eare- 

gistr6 


Vee- 
aab 

Na- 

virea 


Teas 

Regio- 

ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
sela 

Na- 

vires 


Regia- 
ter 

Tonaaae 
enr»- 
gistrt 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enra- 
giatr« 




























2 
16 


M 




























606 
























































18 


781 
























































002 


12,000 
























































2 
4 
8 
1 
6 

10 
5 

06 


6,806 




























4,274 




























645 






1 
3 


431 




















431 
























2.098 
























15,738 






« 


3.U0 




















2.120 
























2,040 


































9 


3,216 




















132 


34.242 




















































3 
38 


101 




























2.235 
























































41 


2,336 




























20 
2 
12 
20 
2 
1 

10 
70 
150 


6,657 




























641 




























1,120 




























1.473 




























220 




























30 




























3.822 




























4.350 




























14.062 
























































206 


33.274 




























6 


586 




























2 


732 





























2 


385 




























452 
























































11 


837 




























1 
1 
6 


. a 

283 














1 


1.034 












1,034 
























1,508 










































1 


1.034 












7 


2.915 




























22 


1.160 




- - 










"" 




' 








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42 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 





Great Britain 
□raade-Bretacae 


United SUtea 
£uta-Unis 


Norway 
Norvftge 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqne 


CooBtriM whoaee Arrived 

Ports et porta seoondaires et 
paya de divert 


Vee- 
aels 

Na- 
viree 


Tana 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 

Re»s- 

tcr 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfi 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrl 


Montreal, Que.— 

Great Britain . ... (a) 


442 

33 

67 

1 
40 

11 
7 
2 
6 

7 

22 

3 

24 

1 


2,277,868 

69,734 

80.435 

3.135 

190,890 

39,810 
23,042 
4.698 
17,093 

32,752 

100,612 

9,475 

80,530 
2,237 


1 


2.045 


21 

9 
4 

1 
6 


24,612 

13,992 
8,260 
4.119 
4,441 


2 
3 


3,274 
3,933 






British Weet Indiee (a) 






Newfoandlaad (a) 










Chile (fl) 














Belciam (a) 


























New Zealand ■■■M 


















Cuba (a) 






3 
4 

10 

14 

13 


3,220 
10,672 

28,055 

38.722 

41,091 










Argentina (a) 






1 


2,870 














Germany (a) 

NnthortftnilH (a) 






2 


7.279 














Itrfy (a) 

Rnmin ("> 






























Norway (a) 

Herieo . (a) 






12 
1 


29,872 
2,147 










3 
17 

1 
3 
3 
5 
2 
1 
4 


15,732 

107,453 

1,428 

6,640 

10,433 

33.954 

8.414 

926 

11,850 
















15 


81,990 
























San Domingo (a) 

Brasil (a) 






1 


683 






















Pnu (a) 




































ftt Pinrrvk (a) 


















Portugal (a) 

Spain (a) 










1 


1,673 


























3 
4 

15 

1 


1,957 
9,080 

49,686 

2,293 




























United States (a) 

Irish Free State (a) 

Egypt (a) 

French Africa (a) 

Dutch Weet Indies (a) 


34 

3 
4 
11 


94,345 

8,483 
13,228 
34,292 


13 


34,117 


3 


5,199 






































2 


12,287 














12 


42.957 














Pc^and (a) 


















Greece (a) 

Gibraltar (o) 






















1 


2.337 




































760 


3,323.753 


31 


130.439 


122 


272,902 


12 


24,228 






Morray Harbour. P.E.I.— 
SeaFisberiei (b) 


1 


17 


















Nuaimo, B.C.— 

Jaiwi (a) 

UaitAd StaiM lal 




















S4 

7 



23.843 
1,681 


13t 
S3 


62.418 
18.tt( 














UaH«18tat«a (6) 

^HiahOMuria (•) 



























Total 


41 


25.482 


193 


80,644 


















1 ' 




1 ' 






.ic^da 


1 




■1 ' 



(a) Steam— Vapanra. (b) Sail— VoiUers. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



43 



N° 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, ddclards d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemacM 


Netherlands 
Paya-Bas 


Japan 


Other NationaUties 
Aatres nationality 


Total 


Ve»- 
aeb 

Na- 

vina 


Tona 
Recia- 

t«r 

Taaaace 
cnr»- 
Cistrt 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 
virea 


Tona 
Regia- 

tCff 

Tonnace 
enr»- 
Kisti6 


Vea- 

selB 

Na- 

vires 


Ton* 

Racia- 

t«r 

Tonace 

gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Toanage 
enre- 
Kiatr6 


Vee- 
aels 

Na- 
vires 


Tomb 

Recia- 

ter 

Toonase 
enre- 
cistr6 


Flag 
Pavillnn 


Vea- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
Mire- 
gistrt 


6 


8.383 
9.389 


6 


12.826 






12 


25.136 






■ Italy 

IJugo-Slavia 

Greece 

[Spain 

Greece 


5 

1 
6 
1 

1 


15,765 
3.783 

14,973 
3,210 
2.646 


, 503 

52 

61 

2 

} " 

11 

7 

6 

I 13 

j. 

70 
61 

( 68 

1 

12 

5 

34 

1 

4 

3 

6 

4 

1 

\ 10 

1 3 

4 
4 

93 

4 

5 

) » 

3 
14 

1 
I 8 

1 ^ 


2.391,875 


6 










99,694 




















88.695 




























7,254 














2 


4.232 






[Italy 

\Greece 


2 

1 


7.804 
2.223 


209,590 


















39,810 




























23,042 


I 


S.835 
























11,753 




















/Greece 

iltaly 

[Italy 

IGreece 

Italy 

Italy 

jSpain 

Jugo-Slavia 
Greece 

/Italy 

\Greece 


1 
1 
1 
5 
3 
6 
1 
1 
4 

37 
6 


2.637 
2.807 
3,440 
14.081 
11.029 
18.013 
3.374 
3,927 
10.513 
123,707 
16.730 


36,079 






1 


4.164 














82.492 


2 


6,850 


22 


92.126 


4 
32 

1 


9,278 
95.260 

2.132 


1 
1 


4.259 
4,280 


270, 155 




1 


3,656 


189,589 










223,099 


















2.337 




























29.872 






















Mexico 

Poland 


1 
2 


3.236 
10.202 


21.115 






















199.645 






















1.428 




























6.323 




























10.433 




























33.954 














1 


4.337 






Mexico 


1 


3.237 


15,888 


















936 






















[Italy 

IGreece 

/Italy 

\Greece 


1 

4 
1 
2 


3.214 
9.626 
3,310 
4.447 


36.363 






















7.757 


I 


1.284 


















3.241 


























9,080 


ft 


M.Ml 


2 


5.746 






3 


6.050 


1 


4.259 


iSpain 


13 
2 
1 


46,497 
4,583 
3,409 


266,731 








10.746 






















Jogo-Slavia. 

[Italy 

IGreece 

Poland 


1 
5 
3 

1 


3,296 
17,852 
7.693 
5.107 


16.524 


















1 


4.280 


64.117 


















17.394 






2 


4.768 














47.716 


















Italy 

iluiy 

IGreece 

Italy 

Spain 

[BielKium . . . 


1 
1 
7 
2 

1 
1 


4.416 
2.995 
22,054 
6.950 
3.389 
3,106 


4.416 






















25.049 






















15.783 
























S3 


42.682 


12 


31.149 


22 


92.126 


55 


146.325 


4 


17.078 




133 


429.281 


1.173 


4UW9.863 




























I 


17 


















2 

4 


8.430 
16,865 








2 
179 
flO 

1 


8.430 


1 


S.68S 










1 


4.366 








111,061 


















19.8ftft 


















1 


3.752 








3 753 


























1 


t.tn 










1 


4.SftO 


7 


39.037 









343 


14S.113 




. 












■*■■ 


' 


■'■'■■ ' 


■' '1 


' 1 


1 1 







44 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 



12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



PorU and Ontporte and 
Coontriw wheooe Arrived 

Ports et porta seeondairea et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 


United SUtes 
£tat8-Unis 


Norway 
Norv^e 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
B^qne 


Ves- 
sels 

Na> 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 

eels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nft- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcnnaga 
enra- 
gistr« 


New Weetminater, B.C.— 
Great Britain (o) 


16 
1 


58.308 
3,M1 


















China («) 

Cuba (a) 


1 


4.810 


























FVanoe («) 


1 
1 
6 


3,928 
2.826 
15,871 


















ItiOy S) 

liWM («) 

Pm!|| («) 






















2 


5,705 






















tJnited States (a) 


72 
9 

1 


146.535 
3,080 
2,350 


45 
1 


ii7.637 
360 


6 


20,040 


1 


2,558 






United Stat«a (b) 






Costa Rica («) 














Aiientiaa (a) 


1 


3,516 






























Total 


106 


234,979 


48 


125,732 


8 


26.745 


1 


3,558 












North East Harbour. N.S.— 
United States (s) 






1 


1,283 














S«a Fisheries (o) 


1 


12 
































Total 


1 


12 


1 


1,283 




























North Head, N.B.— 
British West Indies (b) 


1 
243 


316 
28.651 


















United States (a) 


67 


462 




























Total 


244 


28.967 


57 


462 




























Great Britain (a) 


8 


19,095 
























1 
12 


2,299 
8,684 












240 
266 


251,068 
18.715 














Cuba (s) 


4 


344 






















St. Pierre (o) 


1 

7 
27 

1 
16 

3 


3,328 
3.749 
2,258 

280 
16.761 

222 





















































Spain la) 






1 
4 


688 
3,817 

























Uaited SUtes .' (b) 

RtMnia (a) 


3 


264 






















British Sooth Africa (s) 


1 


3.144 


















f*w FialHirtw (>) 


















SsaFisherisa.....: (b) 


77 


4,639 


15 


424 


























Total . . 


647 


323,249 


22 


1.022 


18 


15,488 




















Ooeaa FalU, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


13 
13 


49.080 
18,948 


















United States {c) 


38 


65,018 





























Total 


26 


68.928 


38 


65,018 




























Parrsboro, N.8.— 
Nffwfnundland («) 


1 

2 

44 


1,608 

166 

12.636 










Uniteid States (s) 


1 

7 


66 

2,183 


41 


31,164 










United BUtes! (b) 






















Total 


47 


14.399 


■ ■ 
8 


2.249 


41 


31,164 










Paspabiae. One.— 

mrrrfnndland , (a) 


1 


530 


















Uaited States ..is) 


1 
1 


1,141 
343 














uaitod States.. .;..;;;. ...i.i^i 



















Total 


1 


t30 


2 


1.484 
















== 












-"■' — 


-'""—*— — 








(s) Steam-Vapeors. (b) SaU-Voiliefs. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



4S 



N" 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d I'entrie, etc. — Suite 



Dcunark 
Daaemark 


FnuMse 
France 


Germany 
Allemacne 


Netherlands 
Paya-Bas 


Japon 


Other Nationalities 


Total 


Ve»- 

si- 

vin* 


Tons 
Reen- 
ter 

Tonnace 
tmn- 
ciBtrt 


Veft- 
aeis 

Na- 
vires 


Tone 

Recia- 

t«r 

TooBBse 
tenre- 
KiBtr6 


Vee- 

Na- 

viree 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

ToBuage 
enre- 
KiBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
ienie- 
giatr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eaxe- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

vires 


Tons 
t«r 

eat»- 
gistrt 




























16 
3 

1 

1 

1 

47 

1 

\ 142 

/ 10 

1 

1 


58,398 
11,469 
3,041 
3,928 
2,826 
163,332 
5 128 


1 


4,159 
2.041 
























1 










































































3 


8.768 














37 


132.988 






















Italy 

/Panama. . . 
lltaly 


1 
1 
1 


5.128 

912 

3.145 


6 


19,377 














10 


38.726 


348.830 
2.440 
2.350 
3.616 




































































11 


34.345 














47 


171.714 




3 


9.185 


224 


604,258 




























1 
1 


1,283 
12 


















































































2 


1,2% 






















































1 
300 


316 




























29,113 






















































301 


29,429 
















































Spain 


1 


498 


9 

1 
252 
274 

1 

1 

63 

1 

20 

6 

1 

1 

154 

93 


19.593 

2.299 

259,753 

19,513 

244 




































































Spain 


4 


453 






1 


244 




































3,328 

17,753 

2.430 

968 






54 

1 


12,655 
162 














Spain 


3 


1,349 



































































30.568 
476 
















































Spain 


1 


3,572 


3.573 
3 144 


























133 
1 


38,164 
155 














Spain 


21 


11,936 


50,090 
5,218 












































190 


61,380 
















39 


16,798 


906 


407,937 




























13 
51 


49,980 

83,966 

















































































64 


133,946 




























1 
46 
SI 


1.608 
33.938 
14.719 










1 


1.370 










LtMaeiM.... 


1 


"i.'SM 


































* ' 


















1 


1,370 












1 


1.363 


98 


40.34S 














■ 


=== 












1 

1 
1 


S30 





























1 141 





























848 




























3 


t,m 












\^mamm 








^^=^^ 


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-aass 





m 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



i. 




Great Britain 
Grsade-Bretagne 


United SUtee 
£uta-Unia 


Norway 


SwwleB 
SoMs 


Belgium 
Belgiqoe 


Conntriee wbenoe Arrived 

Ports et porU aeeondairw et 
pays d« dtlMtrt 


Ves- 
aela 

Ni- 

vires 


Taos 

Recis- 

tet 

Tomiags 
enre- 
giBtri 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

T-nnace 
eore- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistri 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
Mire- 
Cistr6 


Ves- 
eels 

N^- 

vires 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonaacs 
eors- 
gistr« 


Pictou. N.8.— 
Newfoundlanil (') 


4 


4,497 


















St. Piore 'fcl 


















Unitod States 


(•) 


1 


1.306 


1 


1.606 


3 


1.683 


1 


1.651 












Total 


5 


6.802 


1 


1.660 


3 


1.683 


1 


1.561 












Port Alberni, B.C.— 




1 


2.005 


















China 


















japMi i'^ 


1 
1 


3.140 
3,16S 






1 
1 


4,i2i 
2.030 










United States 


.) 


11 

4 


23.862 
1.027 










United States 






























5 


142 


i 































Total 


8 


0.442 


16 


24.808 


2 


7.060 




















Port AUred. Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 


6 


10.021 






1 


727 










British W est Indies 


(e) 






1 
1 


1.311 
1,168 
















1 


003 






Newfoundland (6) 


1 


00 










France ^'^ 


















United States 




2« 


33,449 


1 


1.330 


2 

6 

1 


6.070 

8,960 

043 




















Gitcmland 


















Greece 


















Netherlands (o) 












































Total 


32 


44.460 


1 


1.220 


11 


17.702 


2 


2.479 












Port Clyde. N.S.— 
United States (a) 












































Port Elgin. N.B.— 
St. Pierre (6) 


2 


20 




































Port Hastings. N.8.— 
British West Indies («) 










1 


744 




























Port Hawkeebury, N.S.— 
British West ladies (b) 


1 

1 

IS 
2 


397 

29 

1.110 

167 


















Newfoundland ia) 




































St. Pierre ib\ 


1 


768 
















b) 

•) 


3 


2.358 










United SUtes 

SsaFiahsries 


2 
18 

4 


735 

2.086 

410 


1 


758 






















SwFWMries 




































Total 


43 


6.633 


2 


1,616 


8 


2.358 




















Port La Tour. N.8.- 
Sea Fbheries (•) 


2 


28 




































Port If ulnave, N.S.- 
BritashHondvM («). 


1 


2.102 


















Port Wads. N.8.— 
United States (6) 


2 


100 
































, 




PowaU Rivsr. B.C.— 
Japan .....<«^ 






















Uaitad States # i 


a) 
«) 


64 

7 
14 


17.728 

1.034 

63,004 


2 


116.446 
200 


6 


15.372 










UaitsdBtatw ( 










AvtraUa , , . , < 














Am-tim \ 


3 


10.6M 


3 

1 


6.S48 
3.486 










BfSrr........:::: :::::::: 


































Total 


76 


72.766 


101 


126.334 





23.006 


















1 





(s) SUmd— Vapsns. (b) Sail-Voiliars. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



47 



N** 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers 4 voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^ d I'erUree, etc. — Suite 



DmsoMrk 
DuMmark 


Fnum 
Fraaee 


Gcnnaay 
Allemacae 


NetherlMda 
Pay»-BM 


Jm|»a 


Other NatioMlities 
Antzea nationalitte 


Total 


Vc*- 


Tom 
ter 

enn- 


Vw- 
N*- 


Tons 

Re«i»- 

ter 

eu»- 
Kistrt 


Vw- 

Mb 

Nft- 

virea 


Tom 

Bflcw- 

Ur 

flwe- 


V«e- 
aels 

viree 


Tom 

tcr 

ToMSce 
tmn- 
CWtr6 


V«*- 
aeU 

Nar 

virea 


Tom 
Rcci*- 

enre- 


Fbtg 
FaTillon 


Vea- 
aeia 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 

Regia- 

t«r 

Touiage 
enre- 
Cistrt 


Vea- 
aeU 

Na- 

virea 


Rccia- 

Mr»- 
fiati* 


1 


1,267 
M7 
























9 

1 
5 


5.764 


1 
























347 


























6.306 






























3 


l.SU 
























11 


13.316 






















































1 

1 
7 
14 

4 
1 
6 


2 995 


1 


S.3M 
3.694 
3.42S 
























2,394 


1 














4 


14.869 








34.833 


1 




















83.382 


























1,<B7 


1 


3.747 
























3.747 


























151 






























4 


11.360 














4 


14.869 








34 


67,529 


















































6 

1 
2 
1 
5 
32 
10 
1 
1 
1 


11,648 




























1.311 




























2,161 




























99 






















Italy 

Italy 


5 
1 


15.484 
3.817 


15,484 


S 


6.04S 
•.67S 


















60,622 


4 


















15,635 


























943 






















Italy 


1 


3.145 


3.145 














1 


3,515 






3,515 


























« 


18. 7» 










1 


3,515 








7 


22.446 


60 


104,563 




















1 


1.641 
























1 


1,641 






















































3 


30 
























































1 


744 




























1 
1 

15 
3 
4 
3 

18 
4 


397 




























29 





























1,119 




























915 






1 


3.M6 




















4.104 
























1.493 
2.686 




























410 


































1 


3.646 




















49 


11.963 




























3 


38 


























































.... 1 


3.193 




























2 


190 


1 


3.7J7 
























1 
156 
9 
14 
5 
1 


3.737 


























148.466 




























3,143 




























63.094 




























16.807 




























8.485 






























1 


3.737 
























186 


SM.7a 




=S3S 




1 ■ 


^s=ss 




ssssscs 


= 




sa=asB= 





:, ,. 





CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Ontporta and 
CoaBtriaa wtMBoe Arrived 

Porta et porta aeooBdairce et 
payade depart 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretagne 


United SUtes 
£ut8-Unis 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
SttMe 


Belgiqos 


Ves 
sels 

Ni- 
vires 


Tons 

Regis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gist(« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

mn- 
gistr« 


Prince Rupert, B.C.— 
Great Brit4un (a) 


5 
1 

1 
162 

1 

1 

994 


16.190 
4,334 
2.998 
139,788 
3,889 
3,024 

10,732 










1 


3,980 






France («) 














Italy (a) 


















United Statea (•) 


193 


33,943 














Japan (a) 

French Africa (•) 






























Sea Fiaheriee (o) 


1,237 


31,704 




























Total 


1.155 


180,955 


1,430 


66,647 






1 


3,980 
















Qoataino. B.C.— 

Japan (a) 

From Sea (o) 


























1 
16 


19 
15,706 














United States (s) 


24 


16.977 




























Total 


24 


16,977 


17 


15,727 














Quebec. Que.— 
Great Britain (o) 


255 


1,912,599 
28,976 
47,880 
298 
166,893 
2,835 
104.113 






2 
2 
2 


3,906 
3.296 
3.066 










British West IncUee (a) 






2 


3.622 






Newfoundland (o) 










Newfoundland , , (h) 














Belgium (o) 






1 
9 
3 
13 

1 


731 
25,663 

9.360 
41,092 

2,601 










France (a) 














Germany (a) 














Netherlands (•) 














Italy («) 




3,244 

2,356 

28,685 














Spain («) 














United States (fl) 


4 
1 


11,881 
87 


6 


11,304 


1 


1,863 












Argentina (s) 




12,890 
3,242 
2,271 














Poland (a) 


















































French Africa (e) 




5,972 
4.328 




































Russia («) 








































Total 


385 


2,326,582 


6 


11,968 


39 


100,920 


3 


4,475 












Richibucto, N.B.— 
Newfoundland (•) 










1 


815 




























Rimooski, Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 


8 


65.620 














^ 




Norway (a) 






1 


809 










United Statea i a) 


i 


1.204 


2 


2.458 
























Total 


9 


56.724 


2 


2.468 


1 


899 




















Riverport. N.S.— 
British West Indica (b) 


1 
4 

1 

1 

60 


323 

237 

387 

09 

4,941 


















St. Pierre is) 


















United Sutes h) 


















Sea Fisheries is) 


















Sea Fisheries ib) 




































Total 


67 


6,967 




































Salmon River. N.S... 
United sutes (b) 


1 


480 




































Sandy Point. N.S.— 
Britiah West Indies (b) 


1 


316 


















Ncwfoondlaad is) 


i 

1 


73 
92 














NawloMKUand b) 


















St. Pierre a) 


1 
2 
1 
2 


S6 
691 
35 
66 














United sutes s) 


30 

2 

67 


2,160 
1,064 
3,683 














United Sutes b) 














8«k Fisheries |a) 




























Tlotal 


7 


1.142 


91 


7.062 































1 


^^^^ 





(a) Btavn-Vapeors. W SaU-Voilicrs. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



49 



N° 12. — Relbv£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
v&peuT, d^clar^ d I'entrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
DsMmMrk 


Fnaee 
FiaaM 


Gennaay 
Allemacaa 


NetherlandB 
Pay«-Baa 


Japoa 


Other Nationalitiea 
Atttne nationaUtte 


Total 


v«». 

Mto 


Tons 

Recis- 

tor 

TcwMve 


Vea- 

•els 

Na- 

vine 


Tom 

TUcia. 

ter 

Tonaace 
eon- 
Ciatrt 


Vee- 

Na- 

rine 


Tons 

Retis- 

ter 

Toaaace 
eare- 
Cistrt 


Vee- 
■els 

Na- 

vine 


Tons 

R«(i»- 

ter 

Toanace 
enn- 
KmU€ 


Vea- 
ads 

Na- 

vins 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enn- 
gistrt 


Fla« 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sela 

Na- 
vins 


Tone 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enn* 
gistrt 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 
vins 


Tons 

Regia. 

ter 


virw 


ear»- 


«nra- 

Kistr6 




























6 
1 
1 
345 
3 
1 
2.231 


20.170 




























4.334 




























2.998 




























173,731 


















2 


10.253 








14,142 
























3.024 




























142.436 














































2 


10.253 








2,588 


260.835 










































4 


17.210 








4 

1 

41 


17.210 
























19 


















1 


4,038 








36.723 










































5 


21.248 








46 


53.952 


1 


1.2«2 
l.SM 


2 


3.571 






2 


4.176 












262 

20 

53 

2 

33 

11 

23 

20 

7 

2 

28 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 


1.925.546 


1 
















36.722 


























50.945 




























298 














1 


1,876 












169.500 


















Italy 

Russia 

Italy 

Italy 

Italy 

Italy 




3.440 
4.160 
5,976 

17,702 
3,512 

12.501 


31.938 


1 


3.425 






7 


39,700 










160.818 








6 


21.469 






68.537 


















23,447 






















5.868 


i 


8,0M 


















74,310 




















87 




























12.890 




























3.242 




























2,271 


1 


8,81« 
























3,819 


























5.972 






















Mexico 

Russia 


1 
1 


3.237 
4.160 


7.565 






















4.160 






' 


















• 


18.450 


2 


3,571 


7 


39.760 


9 


27.521 








15 


54.688 


474 


2.587.935 





























1 


815 




























8 

1 
3 


65.520 




























899 




























3.663 
























































12 


60.061 




























1 
4 
1 

1 
SO 


323 




























237 




























387 




























60 




























4.941 
























































67 


6.957 




























1 


480 





























1 
1 
1 
1 
33 

a 


316 




























73 




























92 




























35 




























3 841 




























1 099 




























S.748 




























96 


8.304 
















1 ' 












1 ■ 


-11 .:— 





50 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porto Mid Outporto and 
Countriea whcnoe Arrived 

Porta 0t porta aeooMlBina St 
paya da depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United SUtes 
£ut»-Uni8 


Norway 
Norv«ie 


Sweden 
SoMe 


Brlgiain 
Belgiqne 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Re«ia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistrft 


Ves- 
sels 

Nii- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Toanage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 

ReKia- 

ter 

enre- 
gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

■si- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

TOOMSB 

enr»> 
gisti« 


Sheet Harbour, N.S.— 










8 
8 


3.478 
3,527 










United States («) 










1 


1.028 




















Total 










6 


5.005 


1 


1,028 




















Shelburne. N.S.— 
Uritish West Indies (6) 






1 

1 

36 

1 
50 


73 
89 

2.295 
92 

3,522 
















1 
3 


61 
440 














United States (•) 














United Statea lb) 














Sea Fiaberies (a) 


4 


140 




























Total 


8 


641 


89 


6.071 




























Sherbrooke. N.S.— 










1 


611 


2 


1,770 






United States (6) 


2 


565 


1 


399 




















Total 


2 


565 


1 


399 


1 


611 


2 


1,770 












SUppwaa, N.B.— 
Sea Fiaberies (6) 


25 


336 




































Sidney. B.C.- 
Chile (a) 






2 

503 

4 


6.368 

157,801 

44 


1 


3.125 










United States (a) 


77 
16 


16.620 
3.298 










United States (6) 


























Total 


93 


19,918 


509 


163,493 


1 


3.125 
















^_ 




Sord. Que.— 
Great Britain («) 


1 
1 


1.203 
3.135 






1 
1 
3 


2.574 
4.119 
8,161 










Chile («) 










• 




Sweden (a) 














United States . (a) 


1 


3.205 
































Total 


3 


7.643 






6 


14.854 
























Sooria. P^.I.- 
Newfoondland C6) 


3 


232 


















United Statea (a) 






1 


1.119 










IFaitod Statea (b) 






1 


92 




























Total 


3 


232 


1 


92 


1 


1.119 




















Steveston. B.C.— 
United SUtea («) 


23 


794 


2 


42 


























Stewart. B.C.— 
Uai tad SUtea (a) 


76 


49,436 


8 


6.281 














St. Andrews. N.B.— 
United Statea (a) 


873 


87,793 


606 
1 


9,793 
166 














United SUtea (b) 
































Total 


878 


37.793 


M6 


9,059 


























, 


St. G«>ne. N.B.- 

UaitMlSUtea («) 

Unitwl SUtea (b) 


20 
11 

31 


201 
5.280 


39 
I 


678 
146 






































Total 


5.481 


40 


834 
















aoBs 




■OBB 




—J 





(•) Staam— Vapevt. (b) fiUI— ToOiM*. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



51 



N* 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Dmnemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Antres nationality 


Total 


V»- 
aela 

viiw 


Toos 

R«cis- 

tcr 

TCUMCB 

enre- 


Vee- 
sela 

Na- 

virw 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr« 


Vee- 
eek 

Na- 

viree 


Tom 

Regis' 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Vee- 

sela 

Na- 

viroB 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 

*? 

Tonnage 

enre- 

gistr« 


Vee- 
seb 

vires 


R^ 

ter 

ToMage 
mn- 
gistrt 




























3 
S 


2.478 


1 


I.IM 
























4,749 




























1 


MM 
























8 


7.227 






















































1 
2 

39 
1 

54 


73 




























150 




























2.735 




























92 




























3,662 
























































m 


6,712 
























































3 
3 


2.381 




























944 

























































6 


3,345 
























































25 


336 


















































e$ 






3 
580 
20 


9,493 




























173.701 




























3.342 
























































603 


186.536 
























































2 
2 
3 

1 


3.777 




























7 254 




























8 161 




























3.206 
























































8 


23,S97 
























































3 
1 
1 


232 




























1.119 




























92 
























































5 


1.443 
























































35 


836 






















— 






84 


58.717 




























1.478 

1 


47.586 




























166 

























































1.479 


47.753 


























s 


69 
12 


879 




























5.426 




























71 


•.M» 


"^^H 




1" ' 


1 


— — "— 






■ 


1 '"■ 




' 1 ' '■' — 


^Bosa 


1 


■ ' ■' 





I 



52 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12 — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 







Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United SUtes 
fitats-Unis 


Norvfege 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belginm 
Belgiqne 


Covntriea whence Arrived 
pays de dtput 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toanage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tconage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistri 


St. John 
Great 
BritisI 
BritisL 


, N.B.- 
Britain (a) 


106 
30 

1 
4 
20 


518,293 

104,405 

939 

3.670 

144.021 






13 
7 


10,422 
8,270 










iWeat Indies (a) 






4 


4,768 






1 WntlnriiM (b) 










Newfoundland la) 










1 


906 






Belgiu 
Cuba. 


m (a) 














a 


1 


3,070 


2 
3 


1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
29 


2.761 

8.034 

17,889 

19,488 

3.435 

8,161 

883 

671 

2,366 

32.628 










France (a) 



8 


1 


33.200 

45,425 

18,534 

4,495 
























Netherlinda (o) 














Italy (a) 














Norway (o) 














San Dominco (o) 


















8t.Pi«re (a) 


















Spain. 
Unitec 


..........;;.;.;;...... a) 


















1 RtAtM (a) 


180 
05 


n,348 

30,585 

2,708 

12,854 

1,914 

2,175 


499 
82 


132.053 
26,658 


2 


2,524 






United 8tat«« lb) 






Aaorei 
Arcen 
BntisI 
BritisL 
















Una (a) 

1 East Africa (a) 


































1 Hnuth Africa (a) 


















Hayti ^o) 






1 


673 










Greece -(a) 


















SeaFi 

St. Pete 
Newfo 
Vnitec 






67 


















Total 


















465 


1.001.189 


582 


101,787 


74 


121,687 


7 


8,187 






rs, N.S.— 






1 
1 


920 
32 


















1 States (a) 


















Total 


















2 


968 




































St. Step 
Great 


hen. N.B.— 

Britain (a) 

18tot«a (a) 










2 


1,393 












7 


84 


2 
3 


51 

1.776 










Unitec 


IStatM (b) 
































Summer 
Britis 


Total 


7 


84 


5 


1,827 


2 


1,393 










«ide, P E.I.— 


















1 


1,358 












1 


1.306 














Unite* 
Unitec 


1 States la) 






3 


3.070 










1 HtatM (b) 


6 


2,400 


































Total 





3,771 






4 


5.034 
























Sydney, N.S.— 
Gieat Britaia (a) 


20 
1 
1 
48 
10 
2 


76,090 

1,461 

190 

08.040 
l.OM 
6. 267 






4 
1 


6.179 
Ml 










Britial 
Britial 
Newfo 
Nrnrfr 


1 West Indies (a) 














k West Indies (6) 


















92 


281.313 


1 


906 






mndlaiMl . ib\ 


1 


16 






Cuba it) 














Germany . . , j . . , . Ih) 


















Netherlanda la) 


1 
3 


1,280 
9,077 


















Italy ia) 


















Norwav (mS 






6 
3 


19.446 
2.102 










8t.PU 
Spain. 

UilitM 

Unitec 


grre la) 


2 
2 
13 


999 

4.498 

24,760 

99 

3,043 

6,965 














?a) 
















1 


470 


6 


7.069 


1 


906 






1 RtmtM (h\ 






Portncal ?«) 

AriMitiM («) 


































Oneoa i*S 


















Fraicl 
Britia 
Britia 
8«F 
SwFI 


1 Africa la) 




4,969 
12,404 
1,904 


















li Sooth Africa (a) 










1 


S.400 






It India (a) 
















aheries la) 


















•Wio ih\ 






38 


974 














'" 




















Total 


120 


223.640 


40 


1.469 


110 


3M.9W 


S 


4.270 










1 1 m 



(a) StsMD-Vapenrs. (b) Sail-VoUitn. 




N** 12. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION » 

-Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


Fnuice 
France 


Gwmany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autrea nationalit^s 


Total 
















Vw- 


Tons 
ter 

•ore- 
gktrt 


Ves- 

apla 

viree 


Tom 

Recis- 

t«r 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Vee- 
aela 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
aelB 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 

gifltr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
care- 
giatre 


Ves- 
sels 

nL- 

vires 


Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 










1 
3 


943 
2,849 
















122 

53 

1 
5 
26 
4 
9 

20 

13 

24 

3 

2 

1 

1 

734 

147 

1 

4 

1 

2 

1 

1 

7 


535,658 


1 


734 






2 


2,258 












123,330 


















939 




























4,481 




























144,621 


1 


1.188 
























7,025 


























41,234 










6 


18,888 










Italy 

Italy 

Italy 


1 

1 
22 


3.997 
3,364 
75,208 


86,199 


















41,386 






















83,138 






















8,161 


J 


1,181 
























2,064 


























871 




























2,366 


10 


12,031 






6 


8,178 


2 


4,200 


1 


4,254 


Italy 


6 


20,200 


294,325 








57,243 
2 708 






















































13,854 
1,914 
















































Italy 


1 


3,078 


6.253 
673 










































Greece 


1 


3,120 


3.120 






















57 






























13 


16.024 






14 


30,858 


4 


S,467 


1 


4,254 




32 


108,967 


1.182 


1,459,320 






































1 
1 


926 




























33 
























































2 


958 
























































a 


3 


1,393 
135 






















































1.776 






















































14 


3.304 




























1 
1 
4 
5 


1.368 
1.806 
8,151 




























1 


1,475 
















































2.466 




























1 


1,475 
























11 


10,280 










































1 


4,254 








31 

2 

1 

142 

17 
2 
1 
1 
S 
6 
9 
S 

31 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
7 
1 

10 

88 


86,129 

2,392 

190 






























































1 


1,633 












352.297 
1 681 


















































6,257 
2,987 
1 286 














1 


2.987 




























































0,677 
33,061 
4.343 
6,637 
S6.363 
00 














1 


3.61ft 
















3 


530 










S|Mun 


3 


716 






1 


1.130 




















1 


3.148 




























































8.043 

6.056 

175 
















































Qtwoe 


1 


176 






















4.950 

30.204 

1,004 

8.811 

074 






1 


1,98« 














Itdy 


1 


8,884 
























7 


1.814 














Spain 


3 


1.497 




















, 




























^. 


10 


4,33« 


1 


1,130 


4 


11,184 


1 


4,264 




7 


6.771 


803 


671.903 



54 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outporta and 
Coontriea whence Arrived 

Porta et ports BecoBdaires et 
pays de diiput 


Great BriUin 


United States 
£uts-Unis 


Norvftge 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vea- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sds 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 

sels 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tminage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
seU 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Three Rivera, Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 


86 


104,116 


1 


3,185 


12 


27,811 










Belgiuin ia) 




















1 


3,054 










Netberlaada {•) 


















United Statea (a) 


1 


3.361 






3 


7,678 
























Total 


36 


107.477 


1 


3,185 


16 


38.543 










Truro, N.8.— 
United Statea (b) 


1 


140 




































Union Bay, B.C.— 
Great Britain (o) 


1 
2 
14 
2 

1 
2 


2.809 
7,887 
19, 169 
531 
3,525 
6,131 


















Japan (o) 



















United 8tat« (o) 


39 


1.779 


1 


2,936 










United Statea (6) 










British Oceania (a) 


















Russia (a) 




































Total 


22 


39,052 


39 


1,779 


1 


2.936 




















Vanooaver, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


155 
1 

1 
7 
11 

1 
2 


554.389 
3,150 
3,376 
18,147 
39.036 
3.154 
6,521 


1 


4,282 


1 
1 


2,724 
2,566 


2 
1 


6.691 
3,151 






Chile (a) 






British West Indies (a) 
















15 
5 


62,303 
13.762 


1 
1 


3,381 
8.681 






China («) 


11 


47,876 






Cuba (a) 






France la) 


















Owmany («) 






1 


2.616 












19 


98,471 






6 


18,239 




















Italy (a) 


16 


50.821 






















1 

13 
2 


4.493 
43,870 
4,968 










Brazil la) 


60 


306,781 


6 


21,462 


1 


3.666 


1 


8.073 




1 


6.144 














Urucuay (a) 

Ceyloa (a) 






1 


3.327 










1 


3.136 
























1 


8,446 






Spain (a) 

Sweden lo) 


1 


3,039 






















8 
9 


22,993 
28,240 






United States ia) 


i.ooo 


1.482.318 


518 
13 

1 


988,069 
1.932 

3.888 


14 


44.424 






United States (b) 






Peru (a) 


4 
1 
1 

22 
4 

11 
3 
1 
8 
2 
1 
4 

18 

10 
176 


18.130 

2.350 

3.136 

155.159 

14.753 

13,882 
6,478 
2.877 

28,447 
4,S31 
3,002 

12.398 
128.545 

35.166 
2.867 


4 


10,816 










Costa Rica (a) 










British Straita Settlaments.. (a) 






































1 


3,339 














Mexico U) 














Dutch East Indies (s) 


















Portogal la) 


















Fiji Islands (s) 

Arfsatiaa is) 

Jac»«Uvia (s) 

^(yp^ ,,, , , , i'^) 


















6 


21,349 


8 


81,276 


























... 








HoncKoac la) 

Vno^bAbim. la) 


































SsaFlshsrias . .. la) 


1 


70 






























1««1 


1.640 


S.007,882 667 1,098,247 86 


216,044 


29 


03,427 


1 


8.073 






— ' ' — 1 




^ — -_, 


' 1 




-I 


■ ~ — 


i 





(s) StMua-Vapaors. (b) Sail-VoiUan. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



66 



N** 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vap)eur, d^clar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



Dcwnaric 
Daaemark 


Fraac* 

Fraara 


Allemacne 


Netheriaads 
Pays-Bas 


Japaa 
Japan 


Other Nationalities 
Antres nationality 


Total 


aota 


Toaa 

R«cia- 

ter 

Tooaace 
fmm- 


Vea- 

aels 

vires 


Toes 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
(istrt 


V»- 

mU 

Na- 

Tires 


Tons 

R«Kis- 

ter 

eare- 
Kiatrt 


Ves- 
sels 

I^ 

vires 


Toos 

R«Cia- 

ter 

ToaaacB 
cara- 
Ciatrt 


Vea- 

sab 

Na- 

vins 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

eare- 
Kistr6 


Flag 
Pavitkm 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 


Ves- 
sete 

nL 

vires 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 


Na- 
vina 


Tonaage 
eare- 
gistrt 


TaaaacB 
gistrt 


1 


1.318 
























49 

1 
2 
2 
6 


136,430 








1 

1 


1.937 
1,899 
















1,927 
























4.953 










2 


4,163 












4,163 


1 


2.303 














Italy 


1 


3,184 


16,526 






















2 


3.621 






2 


3,826 


2 


4.163 








1 


3.184 


60 


163,999 










































1 


140 
























































1 

2 

55 

2 
1 
2 


3.809 




























7,887 














1 


4,MS 












28,427 
























531 




























3,525 




























5,131 










































1 


4,543 












63 


48,310 


2 


8.480 










5 


23,336 












166 

3 

1 

44 

44 

2 

24 

38 

32 

9 

30 

274 

22 
11 

10 

18 

10 

176 


599,902 






















8,886 




























3,375 










10 
1 


41.005 
4,048 


11 


52,671 












177,597 


2 


7.7W 
1,100 






12 


50,185 


China 


I 


5,115 


171,449 


1 










4 254 




22 


80,300 




















86,881 


1 


3,583 

3.425 

37,883 


2« 


102,112 
















108,311 


1 






7 


39,361 












159,490 


9 




















37,883 




















Italy 


14 


02,050 


112,871 






















4,493 


14 


42.830 














156 


646.435 


China 


24 


93,443 


1,160,538 
















4,968 




























5,144 




























3,337 




























3,136 




























3,440 




























3,039 














1 


3,515 












26,508 


9 


S4.386 






1 


4,887 


68 


373.709 


jltaly 

[China 


3 
3 
S 


1,834 
10,976 
10,531 


2,869,354 












1,932 
32,834 




























2,350 




























3,136 




























155 159 




























18,092 




























13,363 




























6.478 
0.351 






















aBi»i» 


1 


S.874 






















38 447 




























47 450 




























3,003 




























12 398 




























128,545 




























35,105 




























3,017 




























n 


1»,40 


22 


80, MO 


88 


1U,142 


M 


118,888 


236 


970,839 


i^l^l^^^ 


48 


186,313 


2,000 


6.0MJ82 



56 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Conclvded 



PorU aad Ontports and 
Countrifli whence Arrived 

PorU et porU seoondaire* et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grand e-Bretacne 


United States 
fitats-Unis 


Norway 
Norv«fe 


Swwlai 
SaMb 


BaUpam 
BelgiqiM 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 
vires 


Tom 

UK 

TooBNP* 
enre- 

gistr6 


Virtoria, B.C.— 


43 
8 
6 


17,144 
73,260 
49,634 




























































8 


12.186 












19 
8 
18 
26 

1 


146,401 

12,051 

150, 149 

902 

30 


8 


67, in 


























17 
12 


134,358 
4.663 


3 


9.600 























































821 
247 


977,836 
46,947 


1,134 
28 


1,692.136 
14,206 


2 


3.771 


1 


3.655 






United Statee (b) 


















Total 


1.196 


1,474,363 


1.199 


1,812,423 


8 


26.457 


1 


3.666 






Weetport, N.S.— 


1 
9 

1 


32 
288 
142 




















19 


223 














United States W 






























Total 


11 


462 


19 


223 














Weymouth. N.8.— 

TlnitAH RtAtMl . (a) 










7 


927 










United SUtee (6) 


20 


3.870 






























Total 


20 


3.670 






7 


927 










White Rock, EC- 
United States (a) 


4 


172 


















Windsor. N.8.— 
Oermaay («) 






















104 
16 


197.272 
4,069 






62 


48.586 












12 


7,660 






















Total 


120 


201,341 


12 


7,669 


62 


48.686 










WoBviUe. N.8.- 


6 


1,219 


















Yannooih. N.8.— 

British West Indies (h) 

8t. Pierre (*) 


2 
31 
33 
18 
31 


817 

1,997 

30,756 

6,611 

1,742 


































144 
46 
47 


381,206 
1,610 
2,481 


9 


3.861 










United Sutes (6) 

Sea Fisheries (s) 






















Total 


116 


40,823 


237 


386,297 


9 


3.861 










York Factory. Man.— 
Newfoundland (a) 


1 


1,115 



































(s) steam— Vapeura. (h) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



57 



N* 



12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et a 
vapeur, d^lar^s d I'entrie, etc. — Fin 



Denmark 
Daaentark 


Fraaoe 
Franoe 


Allemacse 


Netherlaada 
Pa>-8-BM 


Japan 
Japan 


Other Nationalities 
Antres nationalit^s 


Total 


Ve«- 

sela 

Tina 


Tons 

Recis- 

t«r 

Cistrt 


Vm- 
vireB 


Tom 

Recis- 

t«r 

Toonace 
enre- 
gistrt 


Vee- 

aela 

vires 


Tons 

R«Ki»- 

ter 

TonacB 

gistrf 


Mia 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

TooBace 
enra- 
Sistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enr»- 
Kisti« 


Flag 

PaviUon 


Ves- 
seb 

Na- 

viree 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tconage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnaee 
enre- 
Cistr6 














3 


10.874 












45 

8 

6 

9 

30 

14 

82 

38 

1 

1 

2,004 
275 


28,018 
























73,260 




























49,634 














6 


30,260 












42,455 














12 


58.477 








272,049 














6 


28,818 








40,869 


1 


S.«S7 










43 
1 


io6,m 

3.302 








407,859 






















8,757 

























30 






















Italy 

Uadoeo- 
mented. . . 


1 
1 


4,455 

1,284 


4,455 


1 


1.100 






1 


4.853 






43 


306,029 
















2.790.663 
61,153 






























2 


4.737 






1 


4.853 


14 


69,061 


90 


468,023 




2 


5,739 


2,522 


3,869.201 






































1 

28 

1 


32 




























511 




























142 
























































30 


685 
























































7 
20 


927 




























3,570 
























































27 


4,497 
























































4 


172 






































1 
1 


1,001 
813 
















1 
157 
28 


1,091 
























246,670 
























11,738 






































2 


1,«M 
















186 


359.499 




















































6 


1.319 
























































2 

31 

186 

64 


817 




























1.997 




























415.833 




























7,131 




























4.333 
























































361 


429.981 
























































1 


1.115 
















1 













OB 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 13. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels entered 
Inwards from Sea from each Country 





Countries from which 
arrived 

Pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Gtaade-Bretacne 


United States 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
Su«de 


Belgium 
Belgiqoe 


No. 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Recia- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr£ 


Ve^ 

sels 

Nar 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr4 


Ves- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Regia. 

t«r 

Tonnaci 
eara- 
gist>« 




1 

2 
3 

4 


Great Britain 


1,245 

77 
1 

20 
1 

23 
191 
1 
1 
1 
8 
1 

18 

3 

974 

17 

21 

1 
130 

3 
1 
3 
31 
21 
2 
6 


6,482,032 

410,165 
1,914 

65.881 
2,192 

80,482 

350.270 

3,525 

3,136 

3,136 

28,447 
2,337 

128,545 
8,453 

706.718 
87,429 
63,629 

2,708 
743,368 

10,433 
2,271 
9,420 
188,428 
131.973 
4.700 
13,347 


5 


15,349 


73 


102,331 


6 


15.113 












British East Africa 


















British South Africa 










1 


2.460 






6 


















3 

1 


10.821 
816 














7 


British West Indies 


42 


52,911 


31 


36,113 






8 

g 


British Oceania 






British Straits Settlements. . 
Ceylon 


















10 
11 


















Fiji Islands 


















12 


Gibraltar 














1 


3,106 


13 


















14 








1 
133 


2,293 
322,778 










15 




15 

1 
10 


4.297 

3,330 

35,424 


6 


4,748 






16 








17 


ArgMitina 


14 


37,196 


1 


2,870 






18 


Asores and Madeira 






19 


Belcium 






26 
3 


80,619 
7,453 


1 


3,381 






20 


Brasil 










21 


Canary Islands 














22 


Chili '. 


2 
20 
17 


6.368 
119.366 
93,648 


4 
5 


13,928 
13.762 


1 

1 


3,151 
3,631 






23 


China 






24 








25 


Costa Rica 














26 


Cuba 


1 


3,076 


7 
3 
6 


7,896 
1,957 
8,960 


1 


1,020 






27 








28 




















29 




2 
2 

8 
18 

26 

41 

1 


5.478 
11.173 

25.626 
83,570 

83,412 

250,150 

175 














30 


Dutch West Indies 


4 


23,993 














31 


Egypt 














32 


France 






22 


61.752 










33 


French Africa 














34 




4 


15,248 


25 


71,541 


3 


8,351 






36 


Greece 






36 


<~>mm1and 






1 


943 










37 












1 


3,446 






38 


Hayti 










1 
2 

20 


673 
5,936 

65,637 






39 


Italy 


48 

89 
1 

15 
201 

37 


157,919 

493.830 

3.002 

29.024 

25.122 

139,817 














40 


Ja|Mn 


22 


165,810 


1 


3,655 


1 


3,072 


41 


laao41avia 




43 


mS?^ 






1 
13 

32 

42 
4 


2,147 
8,964 

101,671 

193.467 
10.816 










4X 


Uiqarion and St. Pierre 

NetbM-lands 


1 


768 










44 


5 


18.239 






4» 










46 


Peru 


26 


142.030 


1 


3,888 










47 


Pokad .. 










48 


Porto Rioo 


1 
7 
4 
3 
7 


1.428 
18,146 
9,675 
5,640 
13,968 


















49 


Pfirtufsl 










1 


1,673 






no 


RoHia 














Rl 


Ban Domii^o 






3 
6 

7 


9,496 
5,692 
17,241 










n 


Spaia 


1 


84 










u 


9WWMi 


36 


243,970 







DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 59 

N* 13. — £tat sommaibe de la nationality des long-courriers de chaque pays, 

d^clards d Ventree 



DaMntark 
Dmnemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Paya-Baa 


Japan 
Japan 


Other Nationalities 
Autree nationalit£s 


Total 




Mb 
vi- 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

TonnSLge 
enre- 
giatrt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonaace 
eue- 


Ves- 
sels 

Nikr 

vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Cistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcoaage 
enre- 

gistr6 


Ves. 
sels 

Xa- 

vi- 
ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfe 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


No. 




K»M 






38.311 


8 


16.307 


4 


4,184 


31 


63.522 


1 


4,254 


[Italy 


6 
3 
1 
6 


17.048 
4,206 
3,783 

14,073 


1.305 

77 
1 

2e 
2e 

287 
3 
1 
1 
8 

} ' 

18 

4 

1,134 

18 

, „ 

\ 101 

6 

1 
10 
88 
41 

2 
21 
65 
10 

2 

} ' 

9 
, 89 

35 

I 183 

13 

1 

1 

1 

\ 135 

432 

1 

17 

289 

166 

43 

32 
2 

1 

14 

6 

' 8 

33 

44 


6,760.403 

410,165 
1,014 

81,547 
2.192 

91.303 
467,108 
7,277 
3.136 
3,136 

28.447 

15,782 

128,545 

10.746 

1,042.936 

90,768 

147,740 

4.000 
969.465 

17.886 

2,271 

32,867 

461.520 

240.930 

4,700 

34.846 

329.859 

15.635 

5.478 

43.510 

28,022 
329.871 

113.237 

873.140 

31,664 

043 

3,446 

673 

461,384 

1,029.721 

3.002 

34,407 

54,916 

680.850 

106,073 

161,736 

8.235 

1,438 

36.033 

16,407 

10,600 

43,665 

364,736 




16 


JSpain 


I 




iJugo Slavia — 








2 




























3 






3 


6.744 














Italy 


2 


6,462 


4 




















5 




























6 


]| 


U.8M 


1 


147 


5 


4,885 


4 


4.516 








1 


2,646 


7 




1 


8.752 




8 
























9 




























10 




























11 






















/Spain 


1 
2 


3,380 
6,950 


12 






















lltalv 








13 




























14 


s 


3.400 










1 


1.533 






Spain 


4 


453 


15 


















16 






















/Italy 


2 

1 


5,984 
2,637 


17 




1.303 


















\Greece 




1 




18 








11 


43.022 


20 


89,048 






/Italy 


2 
1 


7,804 
2,223 


10 














\Greece 








20 




























21 




























22 


$ 


18.506 






1 


4.048 






24 


108,662 


China 


1 
3 


5,115 
15,309 


23 












Pnl&nH 


24 
























25 


i 


0.363 

ST. 002 

6.675 


1 


244 




















26 


63 




















27 


4 
























28 


























29 






















[Poland 


1 
1 
1 
7 
5 
5 
3 
4 
1 
2 



5,107 
3,237 
3,296 
22.364 
14,081 
17,852 
7.603 
15.026 
4.160 
6.140 
25,349 


30 




























Jugo Slavia 

Italy 


31 






37 


148.104 














33 














1 
1 


4,380 
4,250 








[Italy 


33 




13.858 






05 


478.282 


5 


12.365 






4 


/Italy 


34 














Italy 


35 




f 


















.Greece 






f 




















36 




























37 




























38 














1 


2,132 






[Italy 


78 

6 

24 


278,667 
16,730 
02,443 


39 




63.010 










254 


1.052.255 


\Greece 




tl 


China 


40 


















41 
























1 
5 

7 
1 
1 
4 


3,236 
2,562 

27,353 
3,374 
3,027 

10,513 


43 


1 


347 
3.425 


68 

1 


17.363 
3.656 














Spain 


43 


1 






76 
1 


373,505 
3.516 


1 


4,380 


[Italy 










»imin 


44 




Jugoslavia 








45 


















Poland 


I 

1 


5,003 
4,416 


46 


1 


3.810 


















Italy 


47 






















48 






















Italy 


1 
4 
1 
1 
1 


3.314 
0.636 
3,374 
3.573 
4.160 






Greece .. .. 


40 




























Spain 


50 




3.471 


















ifinasia 




1 




51 




• 


442 


1 


1,130 












1 
4 
3 


408 
16.405 

4.447 






Italy 

Greece 


53 






1 


3.515 






53 



t 



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CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 13. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels entered 
Inwards from Sea, form each Country — Concluded 





Coontries from which 
arrived 

Pays de d«paH 


Great Britain 
Oraade-Bretacne 


United SUtee 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
SuMe 


IMgiom 
Bdgiqne 


No. 


Ves- 

seU 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Rsgis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Ki8tr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


M 


Turkey 


1 
6,170 


3,267 
470.943 


















T>^ 


United States 


6.055 


4,232,722 


310 

1 


400,232 
2,327 


40 


138,818 






M 


Uruguay 






R7 




2 

90 
2,604 


8.414 
22.148 
126.096 














M 


From Sea 


65 

1.746 


4,846 
51,885 














M 


Sea Fisheries 
















Total 
















12,105 


15,896,982 


7.964 


4,781.738 


806 


1,603.611 


135 


489.639 


2 


6.178 









DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



61 



N" 13. — Etat 60MMAIRE de la nationality des long-courriers de chaque pays, 

d6clar6s d I'entree — Fin 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


J&paa 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 


Total 




Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatrg 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 

Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
Ki8tr6 


No. 




























1 

12847 

1 

4 

158 

4 477 


3,257 

10,387,548 

2,327 

15,888 

42,872 

253,166 


64 




155.603 


4 


9,407 


9 


20,001 


28 


51,422 


129 


551,274 


[Panama 

Italy 


3 

29 
1 
3 

1 
1 
2 


2,736 
100,320 
1,263 
10,531 
1,284 
3,409 
4,583 




A2 


Lettonia 


fi^ 




Undocumented 






Greece 








56 














1 


4.237 








1 


3.237 


67 






12 
201 


12,576 
61.404 






1 


3,302 




58 
















26 


14,781 


59 
























108 


650,506 


337 


276,384 


126 


555.551 


159 


609,301 


413 


1,736,318 




286 


857,950 


22,531 


27,464,158 











62 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



TRADE WITH EACH COUNTRY AND NATIONALITY OF VESSELS 

No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards for Sea at each of the undermentioned Ports and Out- 
ports in Canada, for foreign countries distinguishing the Nationality of 
the Vessels employed in the trade with each country. 



Porta knct Outporta and 
Countnea for which De|»rted 

Ports et porta aeoondaires et 
pays de deatinstioo 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagnc 


United States 
£tats-Uais 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Swedes 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqoe 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enre- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnac* 
enr»- 
gistrt 


Albert. N.-B.— 
United StaUse (6) 






2 


699 














Alert Bay, B.C.— 
United States («) 


9 
12 


1.501 
188 


43 
12 


4,299 
248 














Sea Fisheries (a) 


























Total 


21 


1.689 


65 


4,547 




























Amherst, N.8.— 


1 
2 


223 
216 






















































Total 


3 


439 


















Annapolis Royal, N.S.— 

United States (6) 


10 


1.001 


















Anticoai<h, N.S.— 
United Sutee («) 










1 


671 










Anyos, B.C.— 
United Sutee (o) 


50 


79.476 


3 


6.779 














Arichat. N.S.— 
United States («) 






1 
18 


300 
388 














Sea Fisheries (b) 


21 


309 














Total 


21 


369 


19 


688 
























„ 




BMldeck, N.S.— 

St. Pierre (f>) 

United States (a) 


2 


00 


















1 
1 


1.658 
498 


10 


11.105 






....{•. 




United States (6) 

SeaFiaheriea (6) 


4 

31 


1,371 
704 






































Total 


37 


2.135 


2 


2,156 


10 


11.105 










Bamfidd, B.C.— 
For Sea . (a) 


12 
18 


123 
4,106 


41 

9 


266 
352 














Unit«d Statiea ... (a) 




























Total 


35 


4.228 


50 


518 














Bvrincton Paaaace. N.S.— 
United StAtes (a) 


1 
5 


S2 
74 


2 
3 


53 

152 














BmFisbaries (•) 




























Total 


• 


100 


6 


305 




























- 


Bathnrst, N.B.— 
Britiab Weat Indies ft) 


S 


an 


















Norway (a) 






8 

I 


8.961 

i.m 










United Statea (a) 




















1 
58 


3«6 

894 














SmFialMrian (6) 


































Total 


61 


l.M 






4 


6. 184 
















1"™" 


■""" 


1 










"" 



(a) StMun-VapMn. (b) SaU-VoOim. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 

COMMERCE AVEC CHAQUE PAYS ET NATIONALITY DES NAVIRES 



63 



14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur 
d^clar^s d la sortie k chacun des ports ou ports secondaires du Canada 
mentionn^s ci-apres, k destination ^trangdre, et de la nationality des long- 
courriers employes dans le commerce avec chaque pays. 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pay»-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nstionalit^j 


Total 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni[- 

rires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

seb 

Na- 

viros 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Te»s 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 




























2 


600 
























































52 
24 


6 800 




























436 
















































■ 








76 


6.236 






















































1 
2 


223 




























216 
























































3 


439 




























10 


1,001 




























1 


671 




























62 


85.255 






















































1 
39 


300 




























757 
























































40 


1,057 




























2 
32 

5 
31 


60 


8 


8.888 










18 


28,306 












44.957 
1 869 
















































704 






























8 


8.888 










18 


28.30e 












70 


47.590 


















































63 
22 


389 
4,357 






















































75 


4.746 
















1 . 


' 








. i 


3 
8 


86 




























226 
























































11 


311 




























3 
4 
1 
I 
68 


080 










1 


1.800 
















6.861 

8.»S 

806 












































































8M 










1 1,800 
















M 


0.813 







^~"~" 




—_ 


SBOBBl. 


■■ '" 


s-sa^!= 


' 


^mstss 




BBS 


■="="■ 


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CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Oatporta and 
CouBtrics for whieh Deiwrted 

Ports et porta Beooadairea e( 
psy« de deatinatioD 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretasne 


United States 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvice 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 

viree 


Tom 

Regis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Vee- 
k-els 

N»- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vares 


Tons 

Regis- 

t«r 

Tannage 
enre- 
gi«tr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 

gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

TonnacB 
enrs- 

gistrt 


Bear RJTer, N.8.— 
United Statea 


.(a) 
.(ft) 


11 

1 


20.588 
80 


















United Statea 




































Total 


12 


20.668 




















.(6) 
.(6) 
.(6) 


















Belliveau's Cove, N.S.— 
British West Indies 


3 
15 
2 


802 

1,875 

18 


















United Statea 


1 


26 














Sea Fiaheriea 
































Total 


20 


2,605 


1 


26 
















.(«) 

.(a) 
.(6) 














Blttbber Bay, B.C.— 
United States 


108 


33.409 


1 


9 


























, 


Bonne Ksperaooe, Que.— 


16 
1 


6,471 
84 























































Total 


17 


6,555 




















.(6) 
.(b) 
■ (a) 
.(b) 


















Bridgewater, N.S.— 
British West Indies 


4 
4 


1,413 
672 




































United States 






26 


32,130 


1 


911 






United States 


14 


5,191 


1 


509 




















Total 


22 


7.276 


1 


509 


26 


32,130 


1 


911 














Britannia Beach, B.C.— 
United Statea 


82 


70. 181 


32 


62,657 




























Buctoache, N.B.— 
United Statea 










3 


2,659 




























Bntedale, B.C.— 
United Statea 


1 
39 


25 
615 


32 
62 


399 
2.023 














SesFMiieriea 




























Total 


40 


640 


84 


2.422 
















..(a) 
..(b) 
..{•) 
..(s) 
..(b) 














Campbellton, N.B.— 
Great Britain 


3 
1 


5.461 
296 






2 


1.794 










British West Indiea 














Newfoimdland 






1 
3 


2,610 
3,039 




























United Statea 


2 


692 


1 


567 
























Total 


e 


6.449 


1 


567 


» 


7,44* 










Campobrtlo, N.b- 
United States 


..(•) 

..(•) 
..(6) 


340 


28.867 


406 


11,160 














Cbmo.N.S.— 
St. Pierre 


1 
2 
7 

5t 
3« 


63 
1.767 
2,807 
9.905 
2,779 


















United States 


1 


9 




























8c»F1abcnes 


29 

1 


601 
66 














Ban Fteberiea 




























Total 


« 


17.111 


31 


67« 














CamqtMt. N.B.— 
Be* Fiaheriea 


..(6] 


Ml 


l.SM 





















1 


■ 




"■'•■'■' 








■ ■ 


'■ ■ '■ 


""-"""— ~" 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



6ft 



N" 14. — ^£tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d6clar6s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Dcamark 
£>aMin«rk 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree n ition^ltte 


Total 


Vm- 
■ds 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves- 

Mls 

virea 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Vea- 

seU 

Na- 
virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcmnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

?^- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 




























11 

1 


20.588 




























80 
























































12 


20,688 




























3 
16 
2 


803 




























1,901 




























18 
























































21 


3.731 




























109 


33,418 




























16 

1 


8.471 




























84 




























17 


6,555 




























! 

27 


1,413 




























672 




























33.041 




























15 


5.700 
























































50 


40,826 








• 




















114 


132.838 




























3 


3.659 




























33 
91 


434 




























2.638 
























































124 


3.062 




























5 

1 
1 
5 
3 


7.255 




























39« 




























3.610 


s 


3,S44 










1 


1,143 












6.535 






















1,359 






























3 


S.SM 










1 


1.143 












15 


17.945 




























755 


40,017 






















, :' ■, 1 , 






1 

3 

7 

88 

81 


63 




























1.776 




























3.807 




























10.506 
















*•> 












3.845 





























130 


17.987 




























105 


1.886 




^■""= 


' ' '1 




|aaBs{ 


BoaHMJ 


1 II ■ 




" ■■ " 




■ ' ' *=' 


—•—'-^ 


~° 








66 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 



14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Ontpcrts and 
CooBtnca tat which DeiMurted 

Porta et porta aecoodairea et 
paya de destination 


Great BriUin 
Graade-Bretagnc 


United SUtea 
£uta-Uni8 


Norway 
N(^^ 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vea- 

selB 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
insXTd 


Vea- 

aels 

Na- 
vircs 


Tons 

Rcfis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
cnrc- 
KiBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Vee- 
seU 

Na- 

viree 


Tone 

Regis 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ki8tr6 


Vea- 
sela 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Rccia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Charlottetown, P.E.I.— 
British Weat Indiea (a) 


33 


«S4 

38.314 
160 














* 










4 


3,779 
























Cuba («) 






3 


2.491 










St Pierre . (a) 




924 

335 

3.030 














St. Pierre (6) 


















United States (a) 










1 


900 




















Total 


43 


43.417 






7 


6,270 


1 


900 
















Chatham. N.B.— 
Great Britain (a) 


2 

1 
1 


3.481 

1.882 
939 


















I'nitwl Statea (fi) 






8 


13.060 










United Statea (b) 
































ToUl 


4 


6,302 






8 


13,060 
























Cfaemainus, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


5 

1 
2 


18.887 
2,823 
6,398 


















British West Indies (a) 






1 
1 


2.036 
2.615 










Germany (a) 














JftpMI ..,(#) 














Spain (a) 

United Statea (a) 


1 

100 

36 

1 


2,280 
40,728 
33,878 

1,249 


















72 
29 


41,990 
48.153 


4 


11,870 










United Statea ft) 










Venesuela fa) 














British Oreaaia (a) 


1 


1,053 
































ToUl 


146 


106,243 


102 


88,196 


6 


16,521 




















Cheater. N.S.- 


31 


438 




































Cheticamp, N.S. — 
United SUtea (a) 










27 


24.581 




























Clarka Harbour. N.S.— 

United SUtea (a) 






20 


314 














Sea Fisheries (a) 


13 


168 
































Total 


12 


168 


20 


314 




























Clementaport, N.S.— 
Uaited SUtea (6) 


4 


39« 




































Dkby. N.8.- 
l^ted Statea (a) 


16 

1 
1 


732 

314 

67 


33 


328 














Uaited Statea A) 














SeaFiaheiiea (a) 


8 


106 




























Total 


18 


998 


38 


433 




























Englewood, B.C.— 

Japan (m) 

Initcd HUtea (a) 






1 
16 


5,482 
56,442 














4 


13,803 




























Total 


4 


13,808 


16 


61.934 


















* 










nMporti N.S. — 
VrHwI Statea (a) 


6 


276 


10 


100 
























1 '■ ■ 


■ ''■■■■ 


1 


' '' ^ ' — 


■ 





(a) Staam-Vapem. (6) SaU-VoOiera. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



67 



N° 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s k la sortie, etc. — Suite 



I 



D«unark 


Franoe 


Germany 


Netherlands 


Japan 


Other Nationalities 






l>mmatmA 


Fnnoe 


Allemagne 


Pays-Bas 


JspOB 


Autres nntiooalitte 


Total 


sels 

N»- 
vire* 


Tom 

Re(i*- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
gutrt 


Ves- 
aeU 

Na- 
vires 


Tooa 

Reps- 

ter 

Tonmce 
eiii«. 
gistrt 


Vee- 

aeU 

Na- 
viree 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

TooMxe 
eore- 
Kiatr« 


Vee- 
seU 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

ReKis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kiatt« 


Ves- 

esla 

N^ 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ki8tr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
seU 

vires 


T«is 
Regis- 
ter 

eore- 
gistr^ 




























1 

37 

2 

4 

2 

4 
3 


654 




























42,093 




























160 














1 


1,226 












3.717 
























924 




























335 














1 


1.222 












5.152 






































2 


2,448 












63 


53,035 




























2 
11 
1 


3,481 


i 


3.083 
























17,024 


























939 






























2 


3.083 
























14 


21,444 




























5 
4 

3 
16 
2 
181 
65 
1 
1 


18,887 
10 440> 


1 3 


5,U1 
























1 
























9 01$ 


1 
















16 


55,494 








55,494 


1 I 


3.0»4 
3.4»4 




















4 974 


1 • 2 














1 


3,405 


Italy 


2 


6,450 


107,937 

79,031 

1,249 

1,053 






























































































S 


11,700 














17 


58,899 




2 


6,450 


278 


288.078 












































31 


438 





. ____ 




















































27 


24,531 






















'-r 






30 
12 


314 




























108 




























32 


482 




























4 


390 






"" 






_^.^ 







, 




























39 

1 
4 


1.05O 
214 






















































162 





























44 


1.4M 




























1 
10 


' ■ - 

5.483 
70.345 






















































30 


76.737 


















P-^ 










10 


4M 









^______ 


" " 


■="*""— 


1— .ss; 


r*"== 


BSBSS= 




' ^ ' "= 


~"~ 


- 




=» 



um-n 



es 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Saling Vessels 
entered Outward.s, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Otttporta and 

Countriex for which Departed 

Portii et porte scoondairea et 
pays do deatinaticii 


Great Britain 
Jraade-Bretagne 


United States 
£tats-Uaia 


Norway 
Norviga 


Lweden 
SuMa 


Palcinin 
Belgiqaa 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
cnre- 
gistrfi 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

eare- 
giaj^ 


Ves- 

sels 

Na- 
vircB 


Tons 

Roga- 

tcr 

Tonnage 
eare- 
K8Ur6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viros 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Gaifp^, Que — 
Crrat liritain (a) 










2 


2.305 










Britifti West Indies (a) 


1 
14 
2 

5 


054 

30.897 

040 

147 

2.923 


















































St I'ierrc (o) 


















United States («) 


3 


5.467 


2 


2,558 




















Total 


23 


31,207 


3 


5,467 


4 


4,803 




















Georgetown, P.E.I.— 


16 


735 


















Cuba (o) 






4 


3.263 










St. Pierre (o) 


1 
3 
1 


35 

6,500 

10 














United States (o) 






6 


0,821 










Sea Fisheries (f» 
































Total 


21 


0.340 






10 


10,084 










Glace Bay, N.S.— 
Newfoundland (b ) 


1 
2 
19 


99 
22 
777 


















For Sea (a) 


















For Sea (6) 


















United States (6) 


12 


263 














Sea Fisheries (6) 


8 


87 
































ToUl 


30 


985 


12 


263 





























Guysboro, N.S.— 
United States (a) 










8 


5,913 


2 


1.770 






Halifax, N 8 — 

Great Britain (a) 

British West Indies (a) 

British West Indies (b) 

Newfoundland («) 

Newfoundland (b) 

Belgium (•) 

Aiores and Madara («) 

Cuba (•) 


151 
2 
3 
123 
4« 
2 
S 
3 


701,099 

1.541 

909 

148, 198 
4.040 
5.266 
1,183 
6,483 


1 


2,894 


6 
11 


S.975 
10,714 










10 


10.615 














2 


100 


3 


1.000 














































. 








4 
1 
2 
2 


4.232 
3.178 
8,455 
0,188 
























7 
2 

1 


25,552 
7.027 
2,828 


4 


16,024 










Netherlands («) 

Italy (•) 

Norway («) 

PoctoRico (•) 

Porto Rico (b) 

Mexico (a) 

For Sea (•) 

St. Pierre («) 

St. Pierre (») 

Sfiain («j 

W !,.„ f«l 


























3 


14,619 










1 
1 
1 
23 
62 
4 


1,813 

210 

5.244 

21,921 

24,314 

430 


































































3 


1.287 


















































10 
25 


70,685 
238,296 






a« U) 

a« (h) 


220 

20 

4 

M 

8 
7 

n 

5 


1,220,239 
10,211 
14,427 
133,930 
1.167 
aO,8O0 
24.858 
00,005 
90,000 


40 
13 


98.001 
7,010 


46 


190.804 




























11 


16,303 


6 


0,812 






Britmh Guiana (•) 
























TtTjuwj 7sm\mtkA (m\ 


















C^oinbla....... («) 

Pern •) 


1 


6.044 


























Dcnniork •) 


7 

s 

438 

21 


'"iA.m 

99 

46,014 
1.608 


















Bermuda (•) 


















UcaFisheriM f) 

HeaFisheriea b) 


9 


sii 






























Totid 


1,343 


3,014,003 


70 


129.014 


90 


M0,316 


67 


333,831 





























(•) Stcwn— Vapeur. (b) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA \A\ I'.ATION 



09 



N" 14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnauc ih'<. long-courrier.s a voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 


FVtwce 


C!ermany 


Netherlands 


Japan 


Autrea s 


' ionalities 






Danemark 


Fraae* 


Allemagne 


Pays-Bas 


Japon 


ttionilit^ 


Total 


Ves- 

atkB 

Tirea 


Tons 

Regis- 

t« 

Tonnafte 
©nre- 
giatr^ 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vircs 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
virps 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Pavilion 


VS8- 

sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

mure- 

gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 




























2 
1 

14 
2 
2 

11 


2.305 




























654 





























26,897 




























646 






i 


535 




















682 


1 


1.188 




















12, 136 




























1 


1.188 


1 


535 




















32 


43,320 


















































16 
4 

1 
11 

1 


735 


1 


























3,263 


























35 


1,311 










1 


1,222 












14,914 
























10 






























1 


1.311 










1 


1,222 












33 


18.957 


















































1 
2 
19 
12 
8 


99 




























22 




























777 


« 


























263 




























87 
























































42 


1,248 






























1 


1.292 




- 






2 


2.444 




JOI 








13 


11,419 
























1 


544 














— '■ 


158 

30 

3 

129 

43 
4 
5 

13 
1 

15 
6 
1 
5 
I 
1 
1 

37 

ei 

4 

1 

10 
455 

36 
4 

78 
6 
8 
7 

13 
6 
7 
7 
3 
511 

31 


769.112 












1 


1,205 












29.975 
























909 






1 


147 




















150.045 
























4,046 










1 


2,144 




5,253 












12,663 




















1,183 


1 


727 






5 


24,068 
















34,510 






















3,178 










2 


10,278 
















59,909 










2 


18,399 












31,614 
























2 823 


2 


13.541 
























28.060 


























1.812 




























216 




























5.244 






6 


15.624 
1.415 




















87.545 
























27,01ft 


























420 














1 


2,156 












2,16ft 
























70,585 


M 


390.851 


13 


62.718 


29 


193,715 


19 


163,735 






Italy 


2 


5,251 


2 4«9,e69 








17.221 




























14 437 


8 


8. IOC 






1 


813 
















164.354 


















1.157 




























30.860 




























34 858 










1 


5.107 
















76 816 
























26 600 


6 


37.577 


60 






















o9,20l 








.... 
















15 376 
























90 




20.789 














Spain 


4 


2.173 


68,317 


















1,508 


71 


351, S4« 


M 


100.093 


89 


2S6.1tS 


34 


tW,74S 











7.434 


1.603 


4,233.40S 












' " 


..1 ... 1 




1 















10 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 



14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



PorU and Outports and 
Couatriw ibr which Departed 

Porta et porta aeooiidaiiee et 
pay* de deatinatioit 


Great Britain 


United SUtee 
£uts-Unis 


Norway 
Norv^e 


Swedoi 


Bdgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vircs 


Tons 
Recis- 

ter 

Tomiace 
enie- 
Bistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nii- 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eure- 
gisU6 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eni»- 

gistr6 


Ha\Te St. Pierre. Que — 


.(a) 
.(b) 


10 


8.500 




































HillaboK). N.B.- 
United States 








• 


14 


10,822 










United States 






2 


850 




























Total 




• •♦ 


2 


850 


14 


10,822 











Isaacs Harbor, N.S — 
United States 


.(«) 
.(h) 






8 
21 


120 
411 














Sea Fisheries 


3 


30 




























Total 


3 


30 


20 


531 
















.(b) 
.(b) 

.(a) 















Joggin Mines, N.S. — 
United States 


1 


340 


1 


160 




























KentviUe, N.8.— 
United States 


1 


214 




































Kildonan, B.C.— 
United States 


13 
1 

1 
67 


9.640 
6.910 
6.919 
1.206 


4 


2,623 






1 


2,353 




' 


China 




























485 


10,333 




























Total 


82 


24,774 


480 


12.066 






1 


2.363 








.(•) 
.(6) 










Ladner, B.C.— 
United States 


2 


62 




































Ladysmith, B.C.— 
United States 


80 
81 


7.166 
19.573 


30 
14 


40.160 
2.684 














United Stales 




























ToUl 


161 


26.739 


63 


42.853 
















(b) 
.(b) 














La Have, N.S- 


8 

1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
6 
27 


016 
128 
33 
40 
1.916 
116 
262 
2,268 




































St Piene 


















United States 


















United States 






































1 


18 














Hm Fisheries 
































Total 


46 


6.667 


1 


18 
















.(•) 
.(«) 














Levis, One- 
United States 


1 
2 


4.414 

8.828 


















Coiombia 




































Total 


3 


13.242 


















Ijverpool. N.8.— 
British West Indies . 


.(•) 
.(•) 

::! 

:8i 


2 
28 


60 
1.796 






' 




' 










1 


89 














France 


1 


944 










St Pierre 


B 
6 


492 
608 














United States 


4 

8 

82 


146 
2.642 
2.099 


2 


2,876 


S 


8,860 






United States 






Sea Fisheries 


61 


1.169 














Total 


96 


4.006 


40 


4.976 


8 


3.819 


3 


2.860 










-' 























(a) Steam— Vapeva. (b) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



n 



N" 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



I 































Denmark 
Danemark 


France 


Germany 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nition-Uitte 


Total 


Vee- 
aels 

tTtf 

Tina 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Vm- 
•els 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 

Recis- 

ter 

Toimace 
enre- 
£istr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sets 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Flag 

Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni^ 
vires 


R^ 
t«r 

raoMMB 

gistrt 




























10 


8,500 




























14 

2 


10.822 




























850 
























































16 


11.672 




























8 
24 


120 




























441 
























































32 


561 
























































2 


500 
























































1 


214 














































1 
6 
2 


3.651 

24.144 

7.9W 








IS 

7 

3 

552 


18.267 
























31,063 
























14.018 
























11,620 

















































35.7M 








581 


75.877 





















































2 

110 
05 


52 






















































47.335 




























22.257 
























































214 


60 502 




















































3 
1 

1 
1 
6 
1 
6 
27 


915 




























138 




























33 




























40 




























1,015 




























116 




























270 




























2,268 
























































4« 


5.685 




























1 
2 


4.414 




























8.828 
























































3 


13,342 




























2 
20 

1 


16 

3 
83 


50 




























1,885 




























044 




























492 


t 


1.0M 
























7.M3 


























2. 642 




























3,358 






























i 


1.6«4 

























143 


16,814 


' 


" 






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" "■ ' 


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No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and OutportA and 
Contiiea (or which Departed 

Porta et portu seooBdaircs et 
pays de destination 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretagne 


United States 
fitaU-Unia 


Norway 
Norvite 


Sweden 
SttMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqae 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfi 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 

eels 

N^- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

&istr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Rccis- 

ter 

Toonate 
eare- 
gi8tr« 


Lockeport, N.8.— 

United SUtee 9) 

Sea Fisheries (b) 






5 


116 














18 


708 
































Total 


18 


708 


5 


116 




























Lords Cove, N.B — 
United States (a) 


582 


10.383 


241 


2,407 




























Louisburg, N.8. — 
Great Britain (a) 


4 

} 

2 


1.014 

4,634 

347 

3,155 

4.223 

407 

148 

0.340 

00 

6.675 






4 


4,070 










Newfoundland (a) 














1 


68 














Belgium (oj 

Japan (o) 






























St' Pierre («) 










- 








St. Pierre (6) 

United States («) 


































United BUtes (6) 


3 


300 














Australia («) 














Honduras (a) 






1 


626 










Sea Fisheries (o) 


3 

8 


606 
104 








■ 






Sea Fisheries Q>) 




88 1.876 




























Total 


34 


31,642 


02 


2,253 


5 


4,705 




















Lower East Pubnico, N.S.— 
Sea Fisheries (a) 


2 


82 


36 


2,153 




























Lunenburg, N.S.— 
British Went Indies (a) 


1 
9 
7 
16 
14 
2 
4 
1 

10 
08 
164 


78 

2.207 

658 

1,730 
075 
526 

1,323 
176 

1,277 

5,300 
16.550 


















British West Indies (b) 

Newfoundland (o) 




















































St. Pierre («) 

United States («) 


































United Sutes (b) 

Porto Rico (a) 


































Porto Rico (6) 


















8ea Fisheries (s) 


3 


107 






, 








Sea Fisheries (6) 
































Total 


326 


30,700 


S 


107 




























Mabnti, N.S.- 
United States (a) 










1 


003 




























Mahooe Bay, N.8.- 
SaaFiabenee (b) 


2 


195 




































Ifaitlaad. N.S.— 
United Sutea (b) 


1 


425 


































„ 


Metethan River, SA.~ 
British West Indies (b) 


1 
8 


381 

m 


















Bt.Piarre (6) 



















Total. 


4 


SIS 






















^ 


■ ir 


r r ii.r - ■ n ■ 




. ■ 1-1. — . 




.wam> IT 11 I 


Ifiddletoo, N.8.- 
Uni ted Sutea (b) 


1 


480 




















-^-=- 






■ ' 




" ' * ' ■ 


—— 


" I'll- I": 








(•) Steam— VaiMur. ») SaO-Voaim. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



73 



14. — fixAT du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clards, d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danwriark 


Fraaoe 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japoa 


Other Natioralities 
Aatres nationality 


ToUl 


VeB- 
>!els 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

l^egis- 

ter 

enre- 
Cistr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Vee- 
eels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonagc 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 




























5 
18 


116 
















'■ 












798 

























































23 


914 




























823 


12.880 




























5 

4 
5 
I 
2 
1 
3 
5 
4 
2 
1 
8 
96 


5.993 




























4,634 




























415 




























3,155 


















1 


4,254 








8,477 


























497 




























148 




























9,340 




























408 




























6,575 




























626 






» 


1.614 




















2,220 
























1,980 


































5 


i.ei4 










1 


4,254 








137 


44,468 
















































38 


2,235 
























































1 
9 
7 

16 

14 

2 

4 

1 

10 

101 

164 


78 




























2,297 




























558 




























1,730 




























975 




























626 




























1,323 




























176 




























1.277 




























5,407 




























16,550 
























































329 


30.897 




























1 


993 
























































2 


195 




























1 


4S5 




























1 
3 


383 




























135 












' 












































4 


518 












' z 


1 














1 


480 


"■^■~ 


1 


1 


1 ' 


t * 


F^=^= 


1 




r 






= 


1 









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No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued. 







Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United States 
£tats-UBis 


Norway 
Norvice 


Sweden 
Suide 


Belgium 
Belgique 


CouBtriea (or whioh Departed 

Ports et ports aeooadsiree ct 
pays de destinatioa 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

viree 


Tons 

Refis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
seU 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viroB 


Toaa 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnaga 
enre- 
gistr6 


Monctoo, N.B.— 
Great Britain ...(«) 










2 


1,953 










United States (6) 


4 


884 


1 


362 
























Total 


4 


884 


1 


362 


2 


1,953 




















Montacue, P.E.I.— 
Newfoundland . (6) 


25 
6 


1.330 
364 


















St Pierre (6) 




































Total 


30 


1,6»4 


















Montreal, Que.— 
Great Britain .(a) 


372 
10 

28 


2,125.212 
23.320 

56,452 






3 
8 


3,490 
14,110 


1 
4 


1,104 
5.244 






Greece ^'^ 










British West Indies. . 
Gibraltar 


.(a) 










. 




















67 
42 

1 


85.005 
140,693 

2.160 






6 


8,454 


1 


1.963 






Belgium , . , to\ 






1 


3,106 


Malta 


(a) 


































Cuba (o) 






1 


2.613 


2 

1 
10 

16 

16 

1 

25 
3 


8,794 

1,927 

28,553 

45,046 

45,605 

2,601 

57.274 
2,017 










Finland ta^ 
















(a) 


22 
60 
52 

35 


141,367 
148,039 
159.534 

105,903 




























Netherlands (a) 

Italy (0) 

Norway («) 

Irish Free State '"^ 






1 


3.299 


























13 
3 
2 
4 

3 
18 

4 


39.196 
6,931 
6.67ft 

13.66S 

2, 192 
46,604 

7,763 


2 


2.890 










Turkey 

Rumna 


(a) 


























Portugal 


















St Pierre (•) 


















sp^ ■.:::;::::::::::::!.(«) 






1 

10 
3 
5 


704 

8,053 

2,129 

20,842 














6 


8,736 






Denmark it) 











United States (•) 


17 


72.308 


24 
2 


107.385 
2.797 










United States (6) 












7 
I 
2 
5 
6 
1 

11 
11 
17 
3 
1 
3 


41.919 
6.244 
11.173 
33,951 
20.843 
3,437 
45,119 
39.114 
69.809 
6.110 

i.at 
s.ats 














Mezieo s) 






1 


4.397 










Dutch West indies is) 


1 


6,364 










Peru a) 














Brasil (s) 


















VrmMiKiia is) 


2 


8.746 














British Snath Africa ' s) 
































New 2<<Milsad ' ' ' /,) 


















Syria is) 

British India is) 


































Poland 1 a) 
























1 

1 


S.OM 
IMS 


1 


S.S70 






Urucuay (s) 






























Total 


810 


3.462.ft47 


32 


130.794 


114 


3ft4,668 


13 


23.206 


1 


>.10« 


Martay Harbour. P.E I.- 
SeaFbheriss (6) 


1 


17 


















= 












SISB 


as=sass= 








" 



:«) Steam-Vapeors. (6) Skil-Voiliers. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



75 



N° 14.- 



-£tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^ d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



E, Deunark 
^Danamark 


France 
France 


Germany 
/Vllemagne 


Netheriaads 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree nitionilit^ 


Total 


virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vea- 

aela 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

nI- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

ronaage 
enre- 
giatii 


Vee- 

aela 

Na- 

vires 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eiire- 
gistr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Re&ia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
eare- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Pa\illon 


Ves- 
sels 

N'a- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

TooaacB 














1 


1.034 












3 
5 


3.987 






















• 


1,236 










































1 


1.034 












8 


4,223 






















































25 
5 


1.330 




























304 






























— 


























30 


1.094 






1 


1,776 






1 
1 


2.370 
2,162 












378 

\ 37 
J 

45 

1 
74 

) " 

1 
1 
3 

1 
39 

i 106 
1 126 

'1 

3 
3 

J » 

19 
16 
48 
2 

10 
3 
4 
5 
6 
3 
11 
11 
17 
3 
1 
3 
6 
1 


2,133.952 












(Italy 

\Greece 

Greece 

Spain 


1 

13 
12 

1 


3.451 
50.124 
19.354 

3.389 


98.411 


t 


8,1M 














83,910 




















3.389 






















95.422 














9 


22.818 






/Jugo-Slavia 
lltaJy 


1 
7 


3.783 
22,504 


192.804 


















2,160 






1 


1.9W 




















1.986 
























11,407 




























1.027 






1 


3.199 














Italy 

[Greece 

(Jugo-Slavia 

lltaly 

[Italy 

\Greece 

Jugo-Slavia 

lltaly 

[Greece 


6 
1 
1 
5 
4 
1 
1 
04 
11 


21.829 
2.082 
3.927 

18.015 

13.508 

2.104 

3.296 

215.276 

27.635 


194,948 


% 


ll.Ml 


20 


87.722 


12 
30 

2 


28.740 
85.705 

5,389 






346,122 




3 
7 


8,506 
16,809 






318,260 






1 
1 


3.275 
1.300 


4 


17,078 


397.162 


3 


3.e« 


62.272 






















44.103 




























6.931 






















Italy 

'Spain 

lltaly 


1 
1 
1 


3.663 
3.374 
2.807 


9,239 






















18,744 























2,192 






1 


2.44S 


1 


1.129 


S 


•.190 






l^eeeeV.!!; 


2 
4 


6.619 
10,307 


72.898 










24.531 


u 


21.3S7 
























23.386 












1 


4,237 






Poland 


1 


6.107 


209.874 


















2.797 


1 


S.SM 


















PDlaad 

Mflgdoo 

Mesioo 


2 
1 

1 


10,202 
3.236 
3,237 


54.375 




















12.877 






















20.774 






















33.931 




























20.843 




























12. 182 




























45.119 




























39.114 




























59.869 




























6,110 




























3.032 






















Italy 

Italy 


1 
1 


4.416 
3.184 


7,649 








1 


1.139 










15,187 


















3.668 






























94 


M.0M 

— 


14 


34.720 


34 


94.66S 


89 


157,011 


4 


17.078 




146 


407,629 


1.340 


4.083^77 




























1 


17 





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76 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing X'essels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outport* and 
Countries for which Departed 

Porta et porta aeoon<lsire8 et 
paya de aestination 


Great BriUin 
Q rande-Bretagne 


United States 
^tau-rnis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuMto 


Bdgium 
BeUiiqae 


Ves- 
•ela 

Na- 

vircB 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
cnre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
cnre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 
•els 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
cnre- 
gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vircs 


Tons 

Ragis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Nanaimo, B.C.— 
Ormt Britain 


.(a) 
.(«) 
.(6) 

.(«) 
.(6) 

:S! 

■ {h) 
.(a) 
.(6) 


3 

1 

93 

12 


12,S34 
3.04:2 

05.365 
2.434 


















Japan 

United States 


















148 
55 


79,535 
18.049 


2 


6,148 










United States 






























1 


14 
































Total . 


109 


113,375 


20< 


97.508 


2 


6,148 




















New Campbeilton. N.S.— 


1 


19 




































Newcastle, N.B. — 


4 
1 


6,891 
558 






1 


899 














■ 










Cuba .... 


1 


636 














United States 






1 


932 










United States 


3 


1.828 
































Total 


8 


9,277 


1 


635 


2 


1,831 












(a) 

.(a) 
■ (b) 










New WestmiiLiter, B.C.— 


38 
1 


131.994 
3.549 


11 


42.221 


3 


11.700 




















Germany 

Japan 

United States 




















1 

S3 
10 


2.280 

94.152 

2,166 




















35 
1 


80,778 
300 


4 


11.385 










United States 










Artentina 


1 


2.483 


























Total 


103 


284,141 


47 


123,369 


8 


25,5«8 












.(a) 











North East Harbour, N.S.— 
United States 
























1 


12 




































Total 


1 


12 




















(6) 


















North Head. N.B.- 
British West Indies 


1 
266 


397 
28.986 


















United States 


53 


494 




























Total 


257 


29.388 


68 


494 
















(a) 
.(o) 
(6) 
(a) 
(e) 

• (•) 

. 0) 

^f> 
.(6) 

1 

.(«) 

(•) 

..(6) 














North Sydney. N.8.- 


I 


12.177 


















British Went Indim . . . 




















101 

257 

1 


222.585 
17,791 
2,711 






24 


19.896 












5 


419 










Belgium 








































1 


2,682 










Ncthcrhinds 


2 

1 
43 
21 


6.109 

3,179 

28,391 

1.416 














lUily 

St Pierre 






















1 


4S9 








































1 




17 
2 
2 
1 
1 
8 

82 


13,676 
67 
6.610 
168 
2.267 
1,181 
4,764 
















United State* 


2 


179 








Gibraltar 












.. 


1 


.. - . 


,-.,-. .. - : 


Turkey 

S«» Fisheries 


























8^ Piah«4M 


18 


488 




























Total 


630 


321,981 


tf 


I.OM 


- W 


n.oor 






...:.-.■' 


::.::;:... 











— -__ 




~~^~^ 




— 


■ " ' 










(«) Steam— VapMor. (b) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOUANES—RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



77 



N° 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers b. voiles et k 
vapeur, declares d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaeautrk 


Fr.nca 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Natiwalities 
Autree n itionalit6t 


Total 


Vea- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Regit - 

ter 

enre- 


Ves 

sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viref 


Tans 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Vee- 
eeU 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

vjea 


Taia 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 
















1 

13 

1 


5.054 

48.976 

3.75Z 








4 

IS 

247 

57 

1 
1 


17,588 

55.601 

194.985 

20.483 

2.394 

14 


1 


3,583 
5,819 




















2 










1 


4.366 
























1 


2,394 












































































4 


11.796 










1 


4,366 


15 


57.782 









335 


291.065 




























1 


19 




























5 
1 
1 
1 
3 


7.790 
558 






















































635 




























932 




























1,828 






















































11 


11.743 


2 


6.938 




.... 










1 


5.173 


Italy 


1 


3.175 


56 

1 

1 

47 

1 103 

11 
1 


201.201 
3.549 
3.583 

168.199 

219,467 

2,526 
2.483 
















1 


3.583 






































46 

1 


165.919 
3.508 








7 


21.430 














fltaly 

j Panama... 
[Mexico 


1 

1 
1 


5,128 

912 

2,174 










































, _ 


























10 


31.951 














48 


174.600 




4 


11.389 


220 


601.008 






















Italy 


1 


1,283 


1 
1 


1 283 






















12 




















































1 


1,283 


2 


1.295 




























1 
309 


397 




























29.480 




























310 


29.877 




























1 

1 

215 

266 

1 

5 

1 

2 

1 

57 

23 

2 

18 

4 

2 

1 

1 

203 

100 


12 177 






1 


534 




















534 




















242.481 
18.663 
2.711 
1.026 
2.682 
6.109 




















Spain 


4 


453 


























6 


1.025 






























































































3 179 






2 


4. 061 
306 














Spain 


1 


498 


33.379 
















1.722 


















Spain 

Spain 


2 

1 


1,168 

2,572 


1,168 




















16,247 
246 










































5,510 






















168 






















2,267 






173 


40,198 














Spain 


22 


12,469 


59.848 
5 242 


















































103 


fi3.124 

















80 


17,100 904 


415.358 


II 1.1.1 — 


H 
















■tWr,Y-,i-Tfn 




-* 




1 





78 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Vnrtm aixl t 


>utporUand 
rhich Departed 

eatination 


Great BriUin 
Grande-Bretagne 


United SUtes 
fiuta-Unia 


Norway 
Nw^ 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Coantries for y 

Porta et porta 
paysdec 


Vje- 
sela 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

virM 


T<»8 

Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 

viroB 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

?^- 

vires 


Teas 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eare- 
Sistr« 


OoMMBFaUa.B.C 
QrMi Britain. 
UnitadStatea 


'.* (o) 


9 
24 
16 


12,654 
36,094 
61,672 


















« 


38 


65,019 














































Tota 


1 


49 


110.320 


38 


66.019 




























Parrsboro, N.S.— 
Great Britain f«^ 


1 

2 
65 


1.698 

132 

18,911 






6 
38 


5,421 
17,842 










United States. 
United States. 


(a) 














(b^ 


10 


3,447 
























Tot« 


J 


.. 68 


20.741 


10 


3,447 


44 


23,263 






















Kctou, N.8.— 
Great Britain («) 


1 


1.617 






3 


2.329 


2 


2,619 






Great Britain <lt\ 










Newfoundland 


(a) 

.............. 


4 
1 
1 


3.103 
76 
96 




































St. Pierre (6) 




































ToU 


J 


7 


4.891 






8 


2.329 


2 


2.619 








, . 








Pointe au Pic, Que.— 
United States («) 










2 


1.368 


























, 


Port .\lbemi, B.< 
Great Britain. 

Japan 

United States. 
United SUtes. 
British Oceanii 
Sea Fisheries.. 

ToU 


(«) 
























(«) 

(a) 










5 
2 


16.366 
6.628 












13 
1 
1 


31,706 

259 

3,149 


18 


43,301 










(6) 

1 (o) 


























(o) 


1 


28 














1 


















16 


36,114 


19 


43.329 


7 


21.884 




















Port AUred. Oue.- 
Great Britain (•) 


3 

1 
1 


7.292 

3.610 

926 






1 


1,114 


2 


2,186 






Newfoundland ■«) 










United States. 
ToU 


::::::.:::.(«) 






6 


8,715 










1 














6 


11,728 






7 


9,829 


2 


2,186 
















Port Qyde, N.8.— 
United SUtea (•) 












































Port Hawkesbory, N.8.— 
British West Indies Cb) 


1 
S 


658 

193 




















Newfoundland lb) 


















Cuba (M 


I 


6S5 














Uaitad SUtas. 
United SUtas. 
Sea Fisheries. . 
Sea Fisheries 


(a) 






5 


3.712 


1 


900 






lb) 

IS) 






1 


758 






18 



3,686 
615 














?A\ 




































ToU 

PUi Lft Tour. N 
fl«aFMHri«t 


1 


28 


4,062 


2 


1.393 


5 


3,712 


1 


900 






8.- 


3 


38 
































■ ■ 




PartMnltnTe.N.8.- 

Newfoundland (b) 

United SUtes (6) 


1 
1 


497 
1,976 


















































Total 





2 


3.47S 






















' 


' "^ 


"""■^"■'^ 








■ 


=f 


_____ 





(«) Steam— Vapeors. (b) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



79 



N® 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
FraaM 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Xationalities 
Autree nations litte 


Toial 


Ve«- 

sela 

viree 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ve»- 
ssls 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tnmage 
enre- 

gi8tT6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Flag 
PavUlon 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Teas 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 




























g 

62 
16 


12,654 




























101,113 




























61,572 
























































87 


175.339 










1 


1,370 










Lettonia 


1 


1,263 


9 
40 
75 


9 652 


















17,974 




























22,358 







































1 


1,270 












1 


1,263 


124 


49,984 






















2 


3,814 
M7 










1 


1,533 














10,912 
247 


1 












































3,103 




























76 




























95 






























t 


S.Wl 










1 


1,533 












16 


14 433 


















































2 


1,368 


' 
















































Italy 


1 


3,175 


1 

20 

37 

1 

1 


3,175 


3 


i.iu 

U.9W 














12 


4«,405 


69 986 


4 




















95,504 
259 




















































3,149 




























1 


28 






























7 


32,104 














12 


40,4g5 




1 


3,175 


61 


172,101 














































6 
1 

7 


10,602 
3,610 






















































9,641 






















































14 


23.743 




























1 


I,M1 
























1 


1,641 




_— 










1 






































1 
3 

1 
8 
1 

18 
6 


668 




























193 




























OSS 






1 


S.M6 






1 


1,3» 












8,880 
758 














































2,686 




























615 


































1 


3,64« 






1 


1,222 












88 


1S,83S 
















































8 


88 




























1 
1 


497 




























l,V76 






































1 












3 


9.478 






.. 








1 








— — 


—— * 


















' "1 ' " 



80 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. 



-Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
Coontries (or which Departed 

Ports et porta Moondairea et 
pays de deatiiuticn 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretagne 


United States 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvica 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqae 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 

llcgis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 

vires 


Tons 

Regis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonaage 
eore- 
gistrt 


Vea- 
sels 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

ToDnaaa 
eare- 
gistr6 


Port Wade. N.S.- 
United States U>) 


6 


290 




































Port WiUiama, N.S.— 
United States (a) 










2 


1,876 




























Powell River, B.C.— 
British West Indies (o) 






1 
88 

3 
11 


2,000 

85,173 

566 

39,178 














United States («) 


52 


24,607 














United States if>) 














Argentina («j 






8 


20,300 










9 


34.007 
18, 187 










N«w Zmland (a) 


















Chile («) 






1 


2,606 




























Total 


66 


77,701 


103 


126,917 


9 


23,005 




















Prince Rupert, B.C.— 
Great Britain (o) 


10 
1 


33,608 
2.908 










1 


3,980 






Port^igal («) 

Japan (a) 

United States (o) 






























271 
055 


106,716 
0,603 


1,280 
143 


66,246 
2,086 














Sea Fisheries (o ) 





























Total 


1.237 


243.004 


1,423 


67,331 






1 


3,080 
















Qxiateino, B.C.— 

Japan (o) 

For Sea («) 






















1 
2 


11 

1,082 


12 
6 


253 
16,662 














United States («) 




























Total 


3 


1,003 


17 


16,906 































76 


524,131 






4 












Quebec, Que.— 


8,520 






British West Indies (■) 






1 


1.311 








61 
2 

28 
4 

16 
4 
3 


53,360 

298 

101,721 

9,558 

129.216 

11,432 

10.334 














Newfoundland lb) 
































1 


3,100 








12 
6 
13 


34,186 

17.852 
40,010 








Oennany (a) 

Netherlands (s) 

Italy («) 

SwedMi ( •) 










































1 
2 


701 
2,111 










United States . . . (•) 


6 


30.306 


6 
8 


18.465 
266 










United States lb) 

Colombia («) 

Peru («) 










2 
2 


ii,i26 

13,422 






























Riuaia (o) 








































Total 


103 


894,910 


9 


18,731 


38 


104.289 


1 


1,811 


1 


3,106 






Richibucto, N.B.— 
United States (•) 






4 
1 


4,034 
627 














United States ^] 


3 


2.361 




























Total 


3 


2,361 


5 


4.661 






" 














.. . 








Rimouski, Que.— 
Qreat Britain (•) 


ft 
56 


8.815 
59,998 






2 
4 


1.798 
8,570 










Uaited States. .... (•) 


2 


2,458 




















Total.. 


60 


08.813 


3 


a, 458 


« 


•.S« 
















SSSBS 


1 



Cs) Btaam— Vapeor. (6; CJaU— Voiliera. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



81 



N** 14. — fixAT du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



I 



Daunark 
Daaemtrk 


Fraaoe 
France 


Germaay 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pa>-s-BaB 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Antres Nationality 


Total 


sela 

Na- 

vina 


Tons 

Regis- 

ter 

Toonage 
eore- 
gistrt 


Vea- 
eela 

Na- 

rirea 


Ton 

Regia- 

t«r 

ToanafO 
cnr«- 


Vea- 

Bels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Regii!- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatrt 


Vea- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatrt 


Vea- 
selB 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Ves- 
sela 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr6 




























6 


299 
























































2 


1,876 
























































1 
140 

3 
19 
10 

5 

1 


2,000 




























109,780 




























566 




























59,577 


1 


2.737 
























37,644 


























18,187 




























2,606 






























1 


2.737 
























170 


230,360 












































1 


S.054 








12 

1 

1 

1,551 

1.008 


42,632 
























2,998 


















1 


5.199 








5,199 
























261.961 





























11,778 














































2 


10.253 








2.663 


324,568 










































6 


24.842 








6 
13 


24.842 
























264 


















1 


4.038 








21.772 










































7 


28.880 








27 


46.878 


























1 


i,3&6 
























81 

1 

51 

2 

31 

16 

34 

22 

10 

I 

15 
3 
2 

i 

2 


534,015 


























1.311 




























53,369 




























298 














S 


9.m 












113,962 


t 






















43.744 


I 1 


«,8M 






9 


36,499 


1 
4 
1 


2.387 
11.491 
2.«70 












192,663 












Italy 

Italy 


1 

6 


5.076 
20,757 


69.779 


















33,761 


















701 


2 


f.780 
























56,631 
















. 










3M 




























11. US 




























18,123 






















Riiaaia 


2 


8.322 


8.823 
























5 


11.965 






9 


3«.4M 


8 


3S,SS3 








9 


35,065 


273 


1,133,369 










































4 
4 


4.034 




























3,988 
























































8 


7,033 


^^ 




^ 
























11 


























7 
61 


10.613 




























66,036 
























































68 


76.6S9 


" '"'"" 


■'" ' 


" 




— _^ 


1 














"*=— — 


— ^— — 


' — " 



94666-« 



82 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outports and 
CooBtries for which Departed 

Ports et porta seooodaires et 
pays de destination 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United State's 
fitats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vm- 
sela 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na 
vires 


Tons 

Reris- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

T<»nage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


V»«- 
cels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Rjverport, N.S.— 
Newfoundland 


..(6) 
.lb) 


1 
6 
1 
1 
28 


30 
344 

eg 

69 
2,836 


















St. Pierre 


















St. Pierre 


















Sea Fisheries 


















Sea Fisheries 




































Total 


37 


3,378 




















..(6) 
..(a) 
..lb) 
..a) 
..(6) 


















Sandy Cove. N.8.— 
United SUtM 


2 


09 




































Sandy Point, N.8.— 
British West Indies 


1 


90 


















Newfoundland 


1 
10 

3 
82 


162 

472 

1.613 

5,662 














United States 


2 
4 

1 
1 


65 
1,505 

32 
79 














United States 














Sea Fisheries 














Sea Fisheries 
































Total 


9 


1,771 


96 


7,799 






























Sheet Harbour, N.S.— 
United SUt«e 






1 


948 


11 


10,864 










Sea Fisheries 


2 


25 




























Total 


2 


25 


1 


948 


11 


10.864 












.(6) 
■ lb) 

.(0) 

.(«) 

(6) 

.(«) 










Shelburae, N.S.- 
British West Indies 


1 

4 
4 
1 
2 
1 
6 


25 

1.171 

356 

52 
122 
299 
233 


















British West Indies 


















Newfoundland 


1 


92 














St. Pierre 














United States 


12 

2 

82 


412 

139 

6,601 














United States 














Sea Fisheries 




























Total 


18 


2,257 


97 


6.244 
















11 














Sherbrooke. N.S.— 
Great Britain 










1 

7 


•77 
6.M1 










United States 


2 
2 


2,016 
418 






6 


6,280 






United States 


2 


1,034 




















Total 


4 


2,433 


2 


1.034 


8 


6.318 


6 


6,260 








lb) 






tBtS^tates'7 






















8m Fisheries 


28 


875 




































Total 


28 


875 




















.{a) 
lb) 


















Sidney. B.C.- 
United State* 


4« 
8 


4,842 
73« 


600 

4 


169, 19« 
44 


3 


6.600 










United States 
























Total 


49 


8.078 


604 


160.340 


2 


5.600 










Sorel. Que - 
Newfoundland 


ii 


U 


9.164 






8 

1 


5,841 
1,«S7 










Netherlands 
































Total 


.... 


18 


0.1*4 






6 


7,478 


























-^-^^^_ 


-~— — 


-"— — "— ~" 


-~— — 


________ 



(•^ 8t«Mn— Vapeua. (b) SaO-VoiliMB. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



83 



N** 14 — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japoa 


Other Nationalities 
Antres NationalitAs 


Total 


Ve8- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonna»e 
enre- 
gistrt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 

Regis- 

t*r 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

v;ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kisti« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 

sets 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 

enre- 

gistr« 


Pavilion 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


TbBS 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
seb 

N^ 

viree 


Tons 

Re^is- 
Uk 

Tonnafce 
enre- 
gistr6 




























1 
6 
1 
1 
28 


30 




























344 




























99 




























69 





























2,836 
























































37 


3,378 
























































2 


69 
























































1 

1 
12 

7 
83 

1 


90 




























152 




























537 




























3,018 




























5,694 












. 
















79 
























































105 

12 
2 


9,570 


■^ 






















































11,802 




























25 
























































14 

1 
4 
5 
1 

14 
3 

87 


11,827 
























































25 




























1,171 




























447 




























52 




























534 




























438 




























5,834 
























































115 


8,601 
























































1 

17 
4 


677 














2 


2.444 












15,360 
























1,462 










































2 


2,444 












22 


17,479 
























1 


i.aoe 
























1 
S8 


1,206 


























875 






























1 


1.2M 
























20 


1,681 






















































648 

7 


169 328 




























780 
























































555 


170,008 


■ -Tl 




ri 


















































18 

1 


16,006 




























1.6S7 
























































1« 


10,641 


■""■~"' 




'■ ' ' 




™" ' 


■■■■ " 


''''"" 


==^= 














1-^ 



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No. 14, — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outports and 
Countriett for which Departed 

Ports et portK secjpndaires et 
pays de destination 


Great Britain 
Grande- Bretagnt 


United Sutes 
) £tata-Uni8 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuMs 


Belgium 
Belgiqae 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnags 
enre- 
gistre 


Souris, P.E.I.— 

Newfoundland (a] 

St. Pierre (b) 


2 
4 


1.788 

3ie 





















































Total 


« 


2,104 




































Stevestoii, B.C.— 
United States (a) 


18 


524 


2 


48 
















. 












Stewart, B.C.— 
United Statee (a) 


23 


4,283 


8 


6,281 




















, 








St. Andrews, N.B.— 

United States (a) 


832 


30,980 


594 
1 


9.446 
166 














United State* (6) 












' 




















Total 


832 


30.980 


595 


9.612 




























Saint George, N.B.— 
United States (a) 


31 


5,504 


39 


678 




























St. John, N.B.- 
Great Britain (a) 


77 
4 
1 
1 
1 
2 

15 
8 
2 
2 
6 


433,400 

2,373 

107 

435 

6.473 

5,268 

28,336 

64,378 

6,514 

5,899 

16,734 






3 


2,006 


3 


4.043 






British West Indies lb) 










Newfoundland la) 


















Newfoundland lb) 


















Belgium (o) 


















Greece la) 


















Cuba la) 


1 


1,280 


16 
5 
2 
5 


16.153 
14.322 
6.232 
16.419 


1 


905 






France (a) 






Oermany (a) 




























Italy .• (a) 














Norway (a) 






9 


22.624 










Turkey la) 


3 


7.350 














Denmark to) 


















Spain (a) 


4 

168 
35 

4 

2 

1 

13 


7.897 
112,758 
16.738 
15,335 
8,585 
6,708 
103 


















United States la) 


612 i!>i noo 


8 


8.679 










United States lb) 


86 


26.620 










British West Africa la) 














British South Africa (o) 


















Colombia (a) 


















Sea Fi»h.^ric8. (o) 




































Totol 


348 


745.391 


599 


161.999 


48 


86.335 


4 


4.948 













St. Peten. N.S.- 
Uni ted States (a) 










18 


13.935 










St. Stephen. N.B. - 

United States la) 

United States (6) 


3 


62 


2 
1 


82 
768 












































Total 


t 


t» 


S 


840 














Summorside, P.E.I.— 
Newfoundland (a) 


1 
1 

1 
2 


188 
1,306 

i.oao 

893 


















Cuba is) 






3 


3,0«7 










United Sutes a) 














United SUtea b) 




































Total 


« 


5,416 






3 


3.047 


















= 




• 1= 


'^'■'~"- 










(s) Stsam-Vapeur. (6) Sail— Voiliors. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 

N* 14.— :Etat du nomV)re et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



^B Denmark 
^B Oaaemark 


Rrasfle 
Franca 


G«nna«y 
AHemacae 


Netherlaads 
Pay»-B«i 


JaiMa 


Other Xstionalitiea 
Autres Natioaalitte 


Total 


Ve»- 

Na- 

virea 


Toas 

ter 

Tonaace 
eare- 
giatrt 


V«- 

vjrw 


Toaa 

Recis- 

Ur 

Tcnaace 

gistrt 


Vea- 
mAb 

virw 


Taos 

R««i«- 

ter 

Tonaace 
eare- 
ciBtrt 


Vea- 

sela 

▼irw 


Tons 

R«C>a- 

ter 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Cisti* 


Vea- 

aeis 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Cisti« 


Flac 
Pavilion 


Ves 
sela 

Na- 

viree 


Recis- 
ter 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Recis- 
ter 

eare- 
Cistrt 




























2 
4 


1.788 




























3ie 




























6 


2.104 




























20 


672 




























31 


10,504 




























1,420 

1 


40,426> 














^ 














ISO' 
























































1,427 


40,592r 


n 


























70 


0.182 


■^■- 


- 


























t 








1 


1,«73 
















84 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 

40 

17 

7 

31 
« 
4 
S 
4 
700 
121 
4 
2 
1 

13 


441 121 
























2,373 




























107 




























435 




























6,473 






















Urocc© 


1 


3,120 


8,38S 


4 


7,4SS 






1 


til 






: 1 




54 037 












'• - ■ 




aur 


4 


14,7«2 


03,392 










2 


S.419 










18,105 
























22,318 














a 


9.W7 


1 


4.SM 


ItiUjr 


24 


83,430 


107,405 














22.624 










1 


I.n7 
















9 277 


c 


7.7W 




















7 708 


























7,807 


t 


s.sss 






7 


18,074 


9 


S.9W 






Italy 


1 


1,283 


270 684 












43 358 




























15.335 




























8,585 

•IS 



















































































M 


17.fl« 






13 


27.«lt 


I 


t.m 


1 


4.»4 




30 


102. S2S 


l.OM 


IJ56.303 






































18 


13 035 
























































6 
1 


134 




























758 
























































6 


an 
















a^^aos^ 












1 
5 
2 
2 


l: 

188 


1 


t.3«2 
l.OM 






















5 714 
























4 122 
























802 




























t 


S.OI 






















10 


10.01ft 


IH 








— — 








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'~'""~ 


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CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 







Greot BriUin 


United States 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SoMe 


Belgium 
Pelgique 


CounUiea (or which D^iarted 

PorU et porU seoondairee et 
pays de destination 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
seb 

Na- 

vircs 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
ViTce 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eare- 
g.8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 
_ 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Sydney. N.8.— 


12 

1 
30 
18 

7 

4 
15 

4 
11 

10 
6 


20.567 
3.4/2 
55.6(i3 

1.27(J 
21,83< 

e.4U2 
53,96J 
12,138 
28,268 

29,381 
19,735 


1 


470 





7,401 


1 


1.310 




















04 


203.714 


3 


4,27U 
















Belgium (o) 

Greece (o) 


























































1 

2 


6,080 
2.30/ 

5.718 










Germany (o) 

Netherlanda (o) 

Italy (o) 

Norway (o) 










































6 
3 


9,518 
2,120 










1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
6 


136 

5.44U 

3,02» 

142 

271 

11.275 






























a) 
a) 

h) 
























1 


032 
























SfMUtt (o) 






















5 
3 


3.610 
7.331 










United Stotes (o) 

Ilnitad States (>>'> 


6 


11.806 


1 

1 


3,185 
15 




















») 


5 

1 
5 
5 
5 
1 
3 


21,938 

2,03o 

11,884 

17,317 

20,812 

1,809 

444 
































Gibraltar (a) 

Argentina (o) 

JaiMO (o) 

Palestine ("^ 


































































R<M Fisheri^ ( 


a) 


















o^ Fiahari^ ( 


38 


074 
































Total 


172 


364.073 


41 


4.644 


130 


330,648 


4 


5.580 












Three Rivers. Que.— 


3« 


107.477 


1 


3,185 


12 
1 
8 


20,677 

660 

8.au6 










United States ( 


a) 














































Total 


36 


107,477 


1 


3,185 


16 


38.543 




















Truro. N.8.- 
Uni ted States (b) 


4 


1,331 


1 


307 














Union Bay. B.C.— 


a) 


7 
1 
3 
2 
1 
43 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


10.182 
8,3«7 
0,012 
5.8U9 
3,203 
115.322 
420 
5,667 
2,820 
3.207 
3.154 
2.873 




































China (a) 

Germany (o) 






1 


3,036 








































I) 

o) 


47 


12.345 














United Sutes i 




































































a) 
a) 


















Greece ( 


















Total 


05 


175,026 


47 


12.345 


1 
18 


2,036 










Vancouver, B.C.— 


ui 


185 
2 
11 
11 
3 
20 
2« 
3 


677,064 

4,457 

88,630 

63,147 

7,238 

73.882 

80,585 

ft,»lS 


16 

4 


63,760 
8.020 


72.707 
2,501 


7 


23,544 














a) 










ChtiiA 


24 


111.7U 




11, 7M 
6,7(4 
7,040 
S.448 


1 


8,681 


























NflUft^laa^ 






S 


7,830 






Italy 











(s) Stewn-Vnoear. (6) SaU— VoiUars. 



DOUANES—RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION I 

N** 14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d4clar<5s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danenuirk 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Jap<» 


Other Nationalities 
Antres Nationalit«6 


Total 


aels 
\-iree 


Tons 

ReRis- 

ter 

enre- 
giBtr^ 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ki8tr6 


Vea- 
sela 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
esls 

Na- 

vires 


T<»s 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
«ire- 
Ki8tr6 


Flag 
PaviUon 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 

Regis* 

ter 

ronnaas 
eare- 
gistrt 


2 


2,67£ 
























25 

2 

136 

18 

8 

16 
15 
12 

4 

2 
1 
'i 
4 
9 
5 
13 
1 
6 
1 
8 
6 
5 
1 
21 
38 

421 


32.323 




1 


538 




















4.010 
























353,587 




























1 278 














1 


8.065 












24,802 


















Greece 


12 


34.230 


43 632 






















53 965 






















Italy 

/Finland.... 
lltaly 


2 

1 
1 


7.076 
1.927 
3.969 


26 203 


1 


4.501 


















41.062 












2 


5.019 






40,118 


















/Greece 

lltoly 


4 

12 


11.107 
38.920 


69.762 






















9.518 




























2 265 




























5.440 




























3.028 






1 


1.171 
144 




















2 245 
























415 










1 


1.872 






Greece 


3 


7.996 


21,143 


















3,619 


1 


1,70b 






1 


1.120 


1 


2,987 






Italy 


1 


3.970 


32,017 












15 


















1 


4.259 








26.197 
























2.035 














1 


1.872 






Greece 


2 


5.586 


19,342 










1 


1.12S 






18,446 
























20 812 




























1,899 






i4 


8.M2 














Spain 


4 


2.167 


6,153 


















974 










2 




















4 


8.785 


ifi 


5.805 


2.258 


6 


14.715 


1 


4.259 




42 


116.948 


866,305 


2 


S.S21 






2 


3,826 


2 


4,163 












55 
1 
4 


151,949 


















660 






















Italy 


i 


3.184 


11.390 
























2 


3.621 






2 


3.826 


2 


4,163 








1 


3.184 


60 


163,999 










































5 


1.638 




























7 
1 
4 
2 
1 
91 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 


19.182 




























3.367 




























12,848 




























5,809 




























3.293 














1 


4,648 












132,210 
























420 






















Spain 


1 


3.374 


0,041 






















2,820 




























3.207 




























3.154 




























2.873 











































1 


4.543 








1 


8.374 


115 


198,224 


5 


17,7«4 
8.070 
3.07S 

10.857 






1 


4.048 


12 


62.437 


10 


44.704 


3pftb 


2 


6.650 


256 
11 
23 
72 
27 
58 
39 
3 


973.608 


4 






23.663 


1 


2 


7.653 


8 


20.508 


8 


16.772 


1 
25 


4.260 
111.766 








89,498 


S 


C!hina 

[taly 


4 
8 


16.729 
14.043 


319,687 




20 


78.636 










100,671 


1 


4.247 



82 


127.549 


2 

7 


8,952 
31,698 




. . 


221,276 




1 


S.S25 




1 


5.085 








142.377 




1 














5.513 



88 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta aail Out ports and 
Oomtriee (or which Departed 

Porta et porta Beoondairea et 
pays de deatiaatkm 


Great BriUia 
Gtaade-Bretagne 


United SUtea 
£toU-Unis 


Norway 
Noivige 


Sweden 
Sukie 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
aela 

Ni- 
vires 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves 

seU 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves. 

seU 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
gistrt 


Vancouver, B.C.— Concluded 


1 
17 

2 

1 
& 


3,642 
107.058 

6,304 
3.194 
15,769 


1 
4 


1.053 
18.846 














Japan (a) 


10 


35,683 


1 


3,655 






British India (a) 






Peni (o) 


1 


2.978 


2 


5,408 


1 


3,151 






British South Africa (a) 






British South Africa (b) 


















Sn«n (a) 

Chile {«) 


i 


4 3.136 






















3 


8,796 










Sweden («) 










11 


35,636 






United States (a) 


890 


1.455,395 


421 
12 


772.297 
1.781 


6 


19,124 






United Statee (6) 










Italy (a) 
























5 
11 


17.833 
38.339 


11 


28,132 










New Zealand (a) 


5 
32 
10 
29 
1 
6 


is, 672 
188,023 
3,412 
236,533 
3,773 
18.541 










Australia (ffl) 


1 


2,939 


4 


13,449 




■ 


Mexico (a) 










Hong Kong (o) 

Gibraltar (a) 


3 


11.809 


























Portugal (o) 

Colombia (o) 

Demnark («) 


















17 


32.341 


1 
1 


3,101 
2,968 










3 


9,448 


1 


3,392 






Kona (o) 










Oreeoe (a) 


3 


9,607 


















Uruguay (o) 

Sea Fisheries (a) 






1 


2,765 










183 


3.014 


8 


177 






' 


















ToUl 


1.447 


3.035,027 


527 


1.080.953 


66 


214,765 


28 


92,844 












Great Britain (a) 


5 
1 

11 
7 
5 
1 
1 

24 
2 

26 


12,574 

3,208 

85,760 

71,503 

41,060 

2,823 

4,848 

190.354 

6,307 

987 


















British West Indiea (a) 


1 


1,996 














Australia (•) 














' China (a) 






1 


2,814 










New Zealand (a) 
































Netherlands (a) 










1 


. 3.666 






Japan (a) 

British Sottth Africa (a) 


26 


209,808 






















For Sea (•) 

Raaaia . (a) 


99 


1,805 


















1 


1.286 








2 


'1,493 












Dutch £^t Indies . ... (a) 
















* 




762 
249 


832,139 
. 47,605 


1.022 
27 


1,567,033 
12,681 


3 


11.371 








































Total 


1,096 


1,300,661 


1,175 


1.793,323 


4 


14,086 


2 


4.941 












Virtoria. P.E.I.- 


1 


x» 










1 


900 
















* 


* 


Waatport. N.8.— 
Uaitad Stataa (a) 


2 


79 


18 


323 


























^ 


Waymoulb, N.8.— 


1 
1 
1 
3 
3 


926 
212 
U 

789 
127 


1 




3 


1.587 










British West Indies (6) 

Newfoundland (6) 

Cuba (6) 

St. Pierre (6) 

United States («) 




























.......... 
















, 






8 


1.4)1 






• <«<>•. 


. 


United Statea (6) 


31 


4,245 






* 


















' 


Total . ... 


3» 


6.334 






8 


S.OU 








' 








.1 




1 1 


ft . -1 -■ 


White Honk. B.C.— 
United Bute* (a) 


I 


89 


3 


38 
















" 




'J 


■ ' 


^ 


1 — : "— 


1— 


' 




1 



(•) Steam— Vapcors. (6) Sail-VoUim. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



N** 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie^ etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


France 
Fnuir« 


All«masne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aatree Nationality 


Total 


Vea- 

aela 

Na- 

viiw 


Tons 

K«Ki0- 

ter 

Toanace 
eue- 
Cistrt 


Vea- 

seU 

Ni- 

vireB 


Tons 
Resis- 
tor 

lowtace 
eare- 
Kistrt 


Ves- 
ads 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

R««u»- 

t« 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Cistr^ 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 

Recia- 

tor 

TQnnac« 
enre- 
Ki8tr6 


Vea- 
sds 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Reilis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
giatr6 


Flag 
Pavilion 


Ves- 

aeU 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcnnage 
eare- 
gi8tr6 


Tons 
Ves- Regis- 
aels ter 

Na- Toonaca 
vires eaie- 
gistr6 




























2 

1 246 

2 

5 

5 

1 

1 

3 

11 

1.339 

12 

11 

16 

16 

41 

10 

33 

2 

7 

18 

12 

1 

4 

1 

190 


4,695 


11 


31.068 














171 


688,017 


(China 

(Italy 


30 
2 


114.129 
6.482 


1,006,938 
















6.304 




























14.731 




























15,769 


















1 


5.173 








5,173 
























3,136 




























8,795 




























35,636 


5 


M.«21 














16 


71,762 


China 


1 


3.709 


2,337,908 
















1,781 






















Italy 


11 


48,853 


48.853 






















45,965 




























57,011 


4 


10.195 
























213,60<> 


























3,412 


















1 

1 
1 


3.853 
4,260 
4.225 








252,195 
























8,033 

























22,766 
























35.442 


7 


29.8M 
























45,662 
















1 
1 


2.908 
4,280 








2,908 














....... 


........ 




.... _., 




13,977 


















2,765 






■ 






















3,191 






























41 


132,W0 


23 


84.514 


38 


152.106 


24 


118.859 


230 


950.293 




53 


210.595 


2.477 


6.072,945 


































5 
3 
12 

8 
5 

1 
2 
94 
2 
125 
1 
2 
1 

1.840 
276 


12.574 


1 


I.MS 
3.3M 
























7,202 


1 
























88,154 


























74.317 




























41,060 




























2,823 




























8,503 


1 


3,S83 














43 


209,498 








613.243 






















6.307 




























2,792 




























1,286 




























1,493 


1 


3.U3 
S.43S 
























3,583 


1 














51 


239.899 


Undocu- 
mented . 


1 


1.284 


















2,655.061 
60,286 






























( 


14.963 














94 


449,397 




1 


1,284 


2.377 


3,578,674 















































2 


1,025 




























20 


301 








. 


, , , , ^ 


.,, . 


-r ■■ - 


_ . 








































3 
I 
1 
2 
3 
4 
21 


2,513 




























213 




























35 




























789 




























127 


1 


l.Ml 
























3,066 


























4,345 






























1 


1.141 
























35 


10.987 




■"" 














































3 


67 


III! 




■MB 




II 










B.-— S 


— BB— =— - 


< ■! 


II 





90 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Concluded 



Porta and OutporU and 
Countries (or which Depaitod 

pays da deatinatioQ 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United Btaten 
fitAts-Unis 


Norway 
Norvftge 


Sweden 
SnMe 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistrfe 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Nil- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


T<M8 

Regis- 
ler 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrt 


Windsor. N.8.- 
Newfoondland 


.(0) 

.(fl) 






















St. Pierre 










1 
64 


932 
59.234 










United States 


103 

28 


195,201 
8,214 














United States 


14 


8,421 
























Total 


131 


203,415 


14 


8,421 


66 


60.166 












.(a) 
.(6) 










Yarmouth. N.S.— 
British West Indies 


1 
23 


58 
1,375 




































Cuba 






1 


734 










St. Pierre 


22 
35 
10 
38 


1.073 

31,694 

886 

2,851 














Unit«d States 


144 
43 

47 


381.206 
1.261 
2.481 


9 


3.861 










United States 










Sea Fisheries 




























Total 


12S 


37.937 


234 


384.948 


10 


4.595 












.(«) 










Ywk Factory, Man.— 

Newfoundland 


1 


1,115 





































(s) Steam— Vapeurs. (6) Sail— Voiliew. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



91 



I 



N" 14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc, — Fin 



Downark 
Daaemark 


Frawie 
FlMwa 


Germaay 
AUemacne 


Netherlands 
Pay»-BM 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Natiooalitiea 
Autree Nationality 


Total 


Vm- 

■da 


TOOB 

Recia- 
ter 

Toaaaca 
tmn- 
Ciatrt 


Vea- 
aeto 

Na- 

viraa 


Tom 

Reci«- 

t«r 

Tcoaao 
enr»- 
gistrt 


V«- 

aels 

N»- 

vina 


Tom 

Regia- 

ter 

Tcaaaca 
cnre- 
giatrft 


Vea- 

ada 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcaaaca 
eue- 
gistrt 


Veei 
eels 

Na- 

viiee 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonaaca 
enr»- 
gistre 


Flag 
PaTiltnn 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enT«- 
gistri 


Vea- 

sels 

viiea 


Tom 

Raci^ 

tar 

Toaaaca 
eare- 
gkrtr6 










1 


813 
















1 

1 
169 
42 


813 
























933 


I 


1.846 






1 


1.091 
















256,871 






















16,635 






























1 


1.S45 






3 


i.gM 
















313 


275,251 


















































1 
23 

1 
22 
188 
54 
85 


68 




























1,375 




























734 




























1,073 




























416,761 






















Italy 


1 


1,S83 


3,430 






















5,332 




















































1 


1,283 


374 


428.763 




















































1 


1.115 































92 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 15. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels entered 
Outwards, for Sea, for each Country 





Countriee tor which 
dapartad 

Paya de daatination 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretagne 


United Sutee 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Swwkn 
SoMa 


Belgium 
Belgique 


No. 


Vea- 

sels 

Ni- 
vircs 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

n1[- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- - 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vea- 

scla 

n][- 

VI res 


Tom 

Regie. 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


I 


Great Britain 


1,008 

104 
3 
25 
4 

62 
7 

4 
81 
2 

1 
8 

29 

14 

1 

1.038 

39 
1 
5 
5 

94 

10 


4,942,145 

500,785 

99 

97.718 

15,335 

135.077 

15.370 

12,490 

86.485 

5,969 

3.642 

21.167 

236,533 

39,364 

2,160 

703,828 

162.646 

1,899 

17,317 

1.183 

323.763 

36.270 


30 


112.530 


83 

1 


163.441 
2,939 


17 

4 


38.786 
12,449 






2 


Australia 






3 


I^nnuda 











4 


Hntjsh .South Africa 


















5 


British Weet Africa 


















6 


Uritish Guiana 






11 


15,203 


5 


0,813 






7 


British Honduras 










8 


British India 


















fl 


British West Indiea 


6 
1 

1 


12.022 
1,053 
1,053 


13 


15.351 


17 


17,826 






10 


British Oceania 






tl 


fiji Islands 














12 


Gibraltar 














13 


Hnng Knflg 


3 
2 


11,809 
2,890 














14 


Irish Free State 


3 


2,017 










15 


Malta 










16 


Xcwfoundland 


11 
11 


920 
38,339 


137 


335,894 


5 


7,133 






17 


'^"vr 7tVi\]an4 






18 


Palestine 














19 


Argentina 


16 


57,011 


26 


67,834 


1 


3,870 




^ 


20 


Vsoree and Madeira 






?.\ 
















2 


6,213 


n 


Brasil 














?3 


Chile 






4 

6 

1 

32 

7 


11.401 
17.644 

3.101 
37.714 

7,226 










?4 


China 


22 
23 
21 
5 


141,481 

135.245 

36,913 

12,791 


24 

18 

4 


111.713 

37.385 
6.163 


J 


3.681 






25 


Colombia 






26 


Cuba 


1 
2 


90S 
5,016 






27 


Denmark 






28 


Dutch East Indiee 










29 


Dutch West Indiee 


2 


11,173 


1 


6,364 















30 


I^inlwid 


1 
37 


1,927 
93,826 










31 


FrMi«^ 


41 


238,228 














3? 


French Africa 














M 


Germany 


110 
20 


422,677 
50,560 


4 


15,624 


32 

8 

1 

1 

15 


92,925 

14.110 

626 

2.601 

51,039 










34 


Greece 


4 


5,244 






35 












36 


Italy 


53 
51 


164,226 
337,981 














37 


Japan , 


31 


234,136 


1 


3,655 






38 


Korea 






39 


Mexico 


14 
214 
99 


15,393 

63.450 

313.815 






1 

6 

40 

46 


4.397 

3.580 

121,925 

107.896 










40 


Miquelnn and St. Pierre 














41 






4 


14,390 






43 


Norway 










43 


PannniB . . , 


1 
13 

3 
14 

15 

S 

39 

4 
4 
7 

6,906 


2.823 
77,167 
3,233 
3,597 

45,309 
8,004 

70.092 

7,758 
8,145 
16.548 

5.266.441 














44 


Peru 


1 


2.978 


2 


5.408 


1 


8,151 






4« 


Poland 






46 


Porto Rico 


















47 


Portugal 

Russia 


















48 










1 


1.386 






49 


Spain 






1 
10 


704 
13.87} 






50 


Sweden 






10 


44.801 






51 


.Syria 










52 


Turkey 


















n 


United Stataa 


6.410 


4.09}, 067 


368 
3 


654.308 
5.488 


40 


358.330 






64 








56 


VMIMIMlil 


3 
83 

3.097 


4.686 
23.841 
122.401 


2 

152 

1.218 


8.746 

2.324 

38.431 










56 


PotSm 














S7 


Se»FblMriM 
















Total 


















13,000 14.963.714 


7.941 


4.700.457 


001 


1,751. an 


130 


490. 194 


3 


O.tIS 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 93 

N** 15. — £tat sommaire des long-courriers d^clar^s d la sortie, pour 

chaque pays 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
A Hem ague 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 




'apan 
lapon 


Other Natiooalities 
Autree NationaIit4a 


Total 




Vee- 

Bete 

Na- 

vi- 
rea 


Tone 

Regis- 

tcr 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Ki8tr« 


V«»- 

aete 

N»- 

vi- 
rea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Nee- 

8el» 

Na- 

vi- 
ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatrfe 


V«r- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
ree 


Tooa 
Regis- 
ter 

Toinage 
«iire- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Faviikui 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


No. 


16 


35.888 
16.338 


1 


1.77e 


6 


10,816 


17 


71.537 


13 


59.985 


[Italy 

] Lettonia. . . 
.Spain 


2 

1 
2 


6.350 
1.263 
6.650 


y 1,195 

115 
3 

27 
4 

84 

4 

144 

4 

2 

33 

19 

1 

1.197 

50 

1 

52 

5 

1 130 

10 

4 

87 

46 

74 

46 

1 

4 

1 

119 

1 

243 

61 

1 

204 

461 

1 

16 
246 
I 199 
/ 

52 
1 

17 
3 
14 

49 

46 
4 
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4.103 


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531,499 
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107.150 
15.335 

165.511 
15,376 
12.490 

177.577 

9.416 

4.695 

36,274 

252.195 

44.271 

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200.985 

1.899 

153.048 

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449.435 

35.270 
11.401 
421.770 
193.294 
116.341 
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1.986 

900.284 

167.281 

626 

668.463 

2.068.629 

2.908 

23.036 

75.160 

640.716 

127.735 
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68.980 

31.876 

113.372 

135.073 
8.146 
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13.431 

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19.484 

2,104 


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No. 16. — Summary Statement of Canadian and United States Vessels trading 
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N* 16. — £tat sommaire des navires caiuulions et des fitats-Unis naviguant 
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RECAPITULATION-RfiCAPITULATlON 



Vessels 
Navires 



Tons 
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Canadian — Canadiens: — Steam and motor— Vap 

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United States — Etats-Unis:— Steam and motor - \ nin-ui r 
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1,112 



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18,087,751 



280.107 
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196.118 
4.604 



481,922 



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Description 



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No. 17. — Summary Statement of Canadian and United States Vessels, trading 
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sur les eaux int^rieures, partis des ports du Canada 

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Vesseb 
Navires 


Tons 
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10.855 

231 

26, 135 

1.216 


10,952,282 

51.604 

8,816.991 

518,072 


297,325 
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United States— Etato-Unia— Steam and Motor— Vapeurs 


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Sail— Voiliere 


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20,338,949 


516 218 







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Vessels 
Navires 


Tom 

register 

Tonnage 
enregistrt 


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1,997 

9 

8,723 

74 

1,373 


17.845,546 

1,851,360 

5,427 

66,940 

31,084 

538,592 


38.437 


20,338.949 



Steam— Vapeurs:— Screw— A hflice 

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Stern-wheel — Roue k I'arritee 
Motor— Moteur 

Sail— Voiliers:— Sailing— A voiles 

Bargee — Barges 

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No. 18. — Statement showing the Description, Number and Tonnage of Cana- 
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Canada and the United States (exclusive of Ferriage), which Arrived and 
Departed. 

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canadiens et des £tats-Unis naviguant sur les rividres et les lacs entre le 
Canada et les Etats-Unis {k 1 'exclusion des traversiers) arrives et partis. 





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United States-Etats-Ums 


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fiquipage 


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DapvtW— Partis. 


9.947 
11,066 


9,563,336 
11.003,886 


281.200 
298.168 


27,373 
27,351 


9,434,415 
9,335.063 


200,722 
218,060 


37,320 
88.437 


18,987.761 
20.338,949 


481. •» 
616.318 


Total 


21,033 


20,657.222 


679.308 


64,724 


18.769,478 


418,772 


76,767 


89,326,700 


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Coastwise. 

N° 19. — £tat des navires britanniques et Strangers d^clar^s k I'entr^e et k la 

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RECAPITULATION-RECAPITULATION 





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Navires 


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Navires 


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Tonnage 


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BritiRh— Britanniques 
Foreign— Etrangers. . . 


83.714 
670 


43,810,823 
1.019.911 


1.656.274 
15.765 


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4.195,107 
20,747 


39.975 
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94,288 
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48,005.930 
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1,696.249 
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44.830.734 


1,672,039 


10,663 


4,215.854 


40,415 


95,047 


49,046,588 


1,712,454 






Departed— Partis-; 
Foreign— Etrangers. . . 


82,680 
626 


43,076.773 
809.051 


1.741.032 
15.085 


10.460 
139 


4.097.105 
24.168 


40,677 
481 


93,140 

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47,173,878 
833.219 


1,781,709 
15,666 


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43,885.824 


1,756,117 


10,599 


4.121,273 


41,158 


93,905 


48.007,097 


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Navires 


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Navires 


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2,560 

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10,357 


41,877,339 

1,709,832 

673,102 

570,461 


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10,288 


40,940.827 

1.705.320 

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139.994 
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20.646 


82,818.166 


Paddle— Aubee 


3.415.152 


Stem-wheel — Roue& I'arriftre 


1.351,575 




1,131,665 






Total 


84,384 


44,830,734 


83,306 


43.886.824 


167,690 


88.716,658 






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5.562 


370,626 
3,845,228 


4.806 
6.793 


335.497 
3,785.776 


9,907 
11.865 


706,123 


Fargm— Farpw 


7.631.004 






Total 


10.663 


4,215,854 


10,699 


4,121,273 


21.262 


8,337,127 






Grand total 


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49,046,588 


«3,906 


48,007.0»7 


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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE 
OTTAWA, CANADA 

MINISTER DEPUTY MINISTER 

Hon. JAMES MALCOLM P. C. T. O'HARA 



THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND 

COMMERCE 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1929 




OTTAWA 

P. A, ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1029 

Applic«tiona for cofrfet of this publication thould be addrened to the King's Printer, Ottawa 



■~1\ 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander in Chief 
of the Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Report 
of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1929. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



JAMES MALCOLM, 

Minister of Trade and Commerce. 



Department of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 



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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 

Ottawa Jun€ 15; 1929. 
The Hon. James Malcolm, M.P., 

Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to present herewith the thirty-seventh Annual 
Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, that is to say, for the fiscal 
year ended March 31, 1929. 

Canada's foreign trade, 1928-29 

Canada, according to world-wide statistics, ranks high in production and 
international trade among the leading commercial nations of the world. In pro- 
duction she leads the world in output of printing paper, nickel, asbestos and 
cobalt; she occupies second position in the production of wheat, and third place 
in output of lead and gold ; while in export trade she leads the world in exports 
of wheat, printing paper, nickel and asbestos; she occupies second place in 
exports of wheat flour, and in exports of wood pulp third place. During the 
calendar year 1928 Canada, in international trade, occupied fifth position in 
aggregate trade as also in import and export trade, being exceeded by the United 
States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France; second position in export 
and total trade per capita, being exceeded by New Zealand; third place in 
favourable trade balance, being exceeded by the United States and British 
India, and second place in favourable trade balance per capita, being exceeded 
by New Zealand. 

During the fiscal year 1929 Canada's total trade amounted to $2,654,452,000, 
the largest twelve-months period on record. The largest previous yearly record 
was for the calendar year 1917 when the Dominion's total trade amounted to 
$2,639,726,000, the total trade for the fiscal year 1929 being $14,726,000 greater 
than for the calendar year 1917. Canada's imports for the fiscal year 1929, 
amounting to $1,265,679,000, exceeded a similar trade for any previous fiscal 
year, though the imports for the calendar year 1920, amounting to $1,336,921,000, 
were greater than for the fiscal year 1929, while exports for 1929, amounting to 
$1,388,773,000, were larger than for any previous fiscal year, except for the fiscal 
year 1918. Price fluctuations have, during the war period and post-bellum boom 
period, as also since then, obscured the real changes in the physical volume of 
trade, and consequently the growth, based on declared values as a whole during 
this period, has been somewhat exaggerated. Allowing for price changes, how- 
ever, Canada's physical volume of imports and exports was greater for the fiscal 
year 1929 than for any previous year, the decrease in the value of imports com- 
pared with the calendar year 1920, and in exports compared with the fiscal year 
1918, being entirely due to lower average import and export prices. 

ANALYSIS OF CANADA'S TR.\DE 

The total trade of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1929, 
amounted to $2,654,4,52,000, compared with a similar trade of $2,395,412,000 in 
1928 and $2598,466,000 in 1927; the increase for the year 1929 over 1928 amount- 
ing to $295,040,000 or 12-5 per cent, and over 1927 to $355,986,000 or 15-1 per 
cent. During 1929 Canada's imports were valued at $1,265,679,000 compared with 
a similar trade in 1928 valued at $1,108,956,000, and in 1927 at $1,030,893,000; 
the increa.se in imports in 1929 over 1928 totalling $156,723,000 or 14-1 per cent, 
and over 1927 $234,786,000 or 22-7 per cent. Canada's total exports (domestic 



6 TRADE AND COMMERCE 

and foreign combined) were valued at $1,388,773,000 in 1929, in 1928 at 
$1,250,456,000, and in 1927 at $1,267,573,000, the increase over 1928 amounting 
to $138,317,000 or 11- 1 per cent, and over 1927 to $121,200,000 or 9-6 per cent. 
Canada's domestic exports in 1929 amounted to $1,363,587,000, in 1928 to 
$1,228,208,000, and in 1927 to $1,252,158,000, the increase over 1928 amounting 
to $135,379,000 or 11-0 per cent, and over 1927 to $111,429,000 or 9-0 per cent. 
The statistics in the following table indicate the trend of Canadian trade 
from 1914 to 1929, (a) with all countries; (5) with the United Kingdom; and 
(c) with the United States. 

SUMMARY OF TREND OF CAN.\DIAN TRADE. 1911 TO 1929 
(Valttee in Millioos of Dollars) 



Years ended 
March 31 



Imports into Canada 



Dutiable 
Goods 



Free 
Goods 



Total 
Imports 



Per Cent 
Free 



Exports from Canada 



Canadian 
Produce 



Foreifcn 
Produce 



Total 
Exports 



Exoeas 
of 

Imports (i) 
Exports (e) 



Perf«nta«e 

relation 
of Exports 
to Imports 



(a) With All Coontries 



1914 


410-3 
279-8 
289-4 
461-7 
642-3 
526-5 
693-6 
847-5 
495-6 
637-3 
691-3 
516-0 
5830 
669-9 
710-0 
8211 


208-9 
176-1 
218-8 
384-7 
421-2 
393-2 
370-9 
392-6 
252-2 
265-3 
302 1 
280-9 
344-3 
371-0 
398-9 
444-6 


619-2 

455-9 

508-2 

846-4 

963-5 

919-7 

1.064-5 

1.240-1 

747-8 

802-6 

893-4 

796-9 

927-3 

1.030-9 

1,108-9 

1.265-7 


33-7 
38-6 
43-0 
45-4 
43-7 
42-7 
34-8 
31-6 
33-7 
330 
33-8 
35-1 
37-1 
360 
36-0 
351 


431-6 

409-4 

741-6 

1,151-4 

1.540-0 

1,210-4 

1,2.39-5 

1,189-2 

740-2 

931-5 

1,045-4 

1.0091 

1,315-4 

1,252-2 

1,228-2 

1,363-6 


23-8 
52-0 
37-7 
27-8 
46-1 
52-3 
47-1 
21-2 
13-7 
13-8 
!3-4 
12-3 
13-3 
15-4 
22-2 
25-2 


455-4 

481-4 

779-3 

1,179-2 

1,586-1 

1,268-7 

1.286-6 

1.210-4 

753-9 

945-3 

1.058-8 

1.081-4 

1.328-7 

1.267-6 

1,2.50-4 

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5-5 
271 1 
332-8 
622-6 
349-0 
222-1 
29-7 
6-1 
142-7 
105-4 
284-5 
401-4 
236-7 
141-6 
1231 


73-6 


1915 


101-3 


1016 


153-3 


1917 


139-3 


1918 


1040 


1919 


137-9 


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1921 


97-6 


193S 


100-8 


1928 


117-7 


1924 . 


118-6 


1925 


135-7 


1926 


143-1 


1927 


123-0 


1928 


112-8 


1929 


109-7 







(b) With thk United Kingdom 



1914 


102-4 
68-0 
62-0 
75-6 
580 
.500 
93-2 
170- 1 
951 
116-2 
126-1 
124-7 
1331 
136-0 
1601 
164-4 


29-7 
22-1 
25-4 
31-6 
23-3 
23-0 
33-1 
43-8 
220 
26-1 
27-5 
26-4 
30-6 
28-9 
35-8 
39-6 


132-1 
90-1 
77-4 
107-1 
81-3 
73-0 
126-3 
213-9 
117-1 
141-3 
163-6 
151-1 
163-7 
163-9 
185-9 
1»40 


22-5 
24-5 
32-8 
29-5 
28-6 
31-5 
26-2 
20-5 
18-8 
17-7 
17-8 
17-5 
18-6 
17-6 
19-1 
20-4 


215-2 
186-6 
451-9 
742 1 
845 5 
640-7 
489-2 
312-8 
299-4 
379-1 
360- 1 
395-9 
508-2 
446-9 
410-7 
429-7 


7-1 

25-1 

11-2 

13-9 

15-6 

20-1 

6-8 

1-4 

1-0 

0-8 

1-1 

1-3 

11 

11 

2-1 

20 


222-3 
211-7 
463-1 
756-0 
861-1 
660-8 
496-0 
314-2 
300-4 
379-9 
361-2 
397-2 
509-3 
448-0 
412-8 
431-7 


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(e) 
(e) 
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121-5 
385-7 
648-9 
779-8 
487-8 
369-7 
100-3 
183-3 
238-6 
207-6 
246- 1 
346-6 
2841 
3360 
237-7 


167-5 


1915 


234-9 


1916 


.598-3 


1917 


705-9 


1918 


1,059-1 


1919 


768-2 


19».. 


392-7 


1921 


146-9 


1922 


256-6 


1923 


268-8 


1924 


2?5-l 


1936 


262-8 


1926 


311-1 


1927 


273-3 


1928 


222-1 


1929 


224-4 







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1916 
1«16 
1917 

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1028 
1929 



249 6 


146-8 


390-3 


370 


163-4 


13-6 


177-0 


168-6 


128-6 


3071 


432 


173-3 


13-0 


186-3 


199-6 


171-4 


370-9 


46-2 


201-1 


15-6 


216-7 


3320 


333-3 


665-3 


60-1 


280-6 


100 


200-6 


429-3 


863-6 


mo 


46-8 


417-2 


23-6 


440-8 


416-6 


333-7 


760-3 


44-6 


454-0 


23-8 


477-7 


499-7 


301-4 


801-1 


37-6 


4M-0 


37-1 


601-1 


644-0 


312-2 


856-2 


36-5 


542-3 


18 4 


660-7 


3131 


203 9 


616-0 


39-5 


292-3 


11-6 


304 1 


333-3 


208-8 


641-0 


38-6 


309-1 


11-2 


880-3 


8&6-9 


346-3 


601-3 


40-8 


430-7 


10-0 


441-6 


2871 


233-7 


&0(l-8 


43-7 


417-4 


0-8 


427-3 


3380 


270-7 


008-0 


44-6 


474 


11-0 


4860 


392-7 


294-3 


687-0 


43-0 


466-4 


12-9 


470-3 


4160 


303-4 


710-4 


421 


478-0 


18-6 


400- 


623-0 


844-3 


808- 1 


30-6 


600-3 


21-7 


631 



210-3 
110-8 
1.54-2 
374-7 
363-1 
272-6 
3000 
296-6 
211-9 
100-7 
159 
83-0 
133-7 
307-7 
333-8 
340-2 



44-0 
62-7 
68-4 
43-7 
660 

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03-6 
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68-0 
70-3 
73-4 
83-8 
70-7 
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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



Canada's Trade by Countries, 1928-29 

Canada's imports from foreign countries for the fiscal year 1929 amounted 
to $1,008,281,000, and from the British Empire to $257,398,000, the increase in 
1929 over 1928 in the case of foreign countries amounting to $148,412,000, and 
in that of the British Empire to $8,311,000; while the exports to foreign coun- 
tries were valued at $827,583,000, and to the British Empire at $536,004,000, 
the exports to foreign countries showing an increase of $98,641,000, and to 
the British Empire an increase of $36,738,000. In 1928 imports from the 
tlnited States were valued at $868,056,000, and domestic exports at $500,- 
168,000, the increase in imports being $148,620,000, and exports $22,164,000. 
The imports from the United Kingdom in 1928 amounted to $194,021,000, 
and exports to $429,730,000, the increase in imports over 1928 amounting to 
$8,125,000, and in exports to fl9,039,000. The declared exports from Canada 
to the United Kingdom do not represent the true situation, as a very large 
quantity of the grain, especially wheat, shown in Canadian export statistics 
as for the United Kingdom is diverted from its original destination — the 
United Kingdom — to other countries. As a result of this diversion the exports 
to the United Kingdom would be materially reduced and the exports to other 
European countries increased by a corresponding amount. 

Imports from Germany in 1929 were valued at $20,798,000 and exports 
at $46,709,000, the increase in imports from Germany over 1928 amounting 
to $3,742,000 and in exports to $4,465,000. The imports from Japan and the 
Netherlands were $12,921,000 and $9,017,000 respectively, the increase in 
imports being, Japan $416,000, and the Netherlands $223,000; while the 
exports to Japan and the Netherlands were $42,100,000 and $44,367,000 
respectivelv, the increase in exports being, Japan $9,132,000, and the Nether- 
lands $8,829,000. 

For further information as to the trade with other principal countries, 
see the following table. 

CANADA'S trade WITH PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES. 1928-29 
Note: — Countries arranged in order of importance of total trade. Values in Thousands of Dollars. 



Raak 


Coon tries 


Imports 
from 
1928-29 


Domestic 

Exports to 

1928-29 


Total 
Trade 
1928-29 


Increase (+) or Decrease f— ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-38 


Imports 


Exports 


Total 


1 


t'nited Stat«e 


8<«.056 

194,021 

20.798 

12.921 

9.017 

26.216 

12.014 

12.771 

4.260 

3.095 

8.485 

10.367 

7.428 

2.513 

280 

371 

4.790 

4.904 

6.849 

990 

2.700 

7.917 

1.726 

3.376 

4.873 

2.1&5 

6.199 

3.078 

978 

163 

6698 


500.168 

429,730 

46,709 

42.100 

44.. 367 

16.131 

27.301 

17.3.58 

23.025 

23.687 

19,470 

11.735 

14.493 

11.161 

12,232 

11,851 

6,266 

4.443 

1.797 

7.435 

5,704 

4<t4 

6,873 

4,154 

3.239 

4.706 

1.683 

4.656 

5.735 

6.981 

S30 


l,3c58.224 

623.751 

67.507 

55.021 

63.384 

42.347 

39.315 

30.129 

27.285 

26.782 

22.955 

22.102 

21.921 

13,674 

12.512 

12.222 

10,056 

9,347 

8.R46 

8.425 

8,404 

8.401 

7.599 

7.530 

7.113 

6.951 

6.881 

6.734 

6.413 

6.134 

6.038 


(-f-)148.620 
{+) 8.125 
(+) 3.742 
f+) 416 
(-f-) 223 
'.-) 258 
(+) 2.116 
(+) 4.509 
(-!-> 18 
(-f-) 522 
(-) 1.817 
(+) 1.127 
(-) 2.421 
(+) 415 
(-) 131 
(-»-) 117 
(-■ 692 
(-) 683 
(-) 732 
(-) 74 
(+) 128 
(-) 679 
(-) 36 J 
(+) 1.277 
(-) 1.199 
4-) 323 
(-) 1,017 
(-) 1.475 
'-) 44 
f+) 27 
(+) 1.380 


{+'. 
(+) 
(4-) 
(+> 
(+) 
(+) 
(4-) 
(4-) 
(+) 
(-«-) 
(4-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
f+) 
(-) 
(4-) 
(4-> 
(+) 
'-) 
(4-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
N-) 
(4-) 
{-) 
(+) 


22.164 

19.039 

4.465 

9.132 

8,829 

6.185 

6.519 

5.991 

4.283 

10.265 

6.281 

692 

3.407 

600 

3..V)7 

7.669 

315 

944 

66 

799 

5.0M 

14 

976 

87 

46 

154 

165 

794 

4.793 

410 

33 


'4-) 
(+) 
1+ 
(■*-' 
(4-) 
(+1 
(4-1 
(4-] 
(4- 
(4- 
(4- 
(4- 
(+ 
(- 
'+ 
,+ 
(- 
(- 
(- 
(4- 

ii 

(+ 
(4- 

(- 

1; 

(- 
(+ 


170.784 


3 




27.164 


3 




8.207 


4 




9.548 


6 




9,063 


6 




5.927 


7 


Belciain ■. 


8.6S6 


8 


Nf^Zmlnnd 


10.500 


9 


lUly 


4.301 


10 


China 


10,777 


11 




3.464 


12 


British India 


1.819 


13 




986 


14 




88 


15 


Hritish Sooth Africa 


3.383 


16 


Gr««oe 


7.686 


17 


Jfunaioa 


377 


18 


C«ba 


1.627 


19 


Colombia 


667 


20 




aM 


21 


.Spiiia 


».33S 


22 


^wiliWiaBil 


M> 


23 


Brasil 


614 


24 


Trinidad and Tobaco 


1.190 


36 


Pritinh Guiana . . . . .". 


1,245 


36 


Sw»d« 


) 47T 


37 


Rarhadoa 


) 1.173 


38 


British West India. Other 


) 681 


39 


P0Tt«l^I 


) 4.749 


30 


Denmark 


) 88S 


81 


Fiji 


) 1.41S 



8 TRADE AND COMMERCE 

CANADA'S TRADE WITH PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES. 1928-29— Concluded 
Note; — Countrie* arranged in order of importance of total trade. Values in Thousands of Dollars 



Rank 


CouBtries 


Imports 
from 
1928-29 


Domestic 

Exports to 

1928-29 


Total 
Trade 
1928-29 


lacreasa {+) or Decrease (— ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 


Imports 


Exports 


Total 


82 


Peru 


4.448 
3.298 

705 
1.403 

59 
1.170 
2,015 
2.529 

194 


1.311 
1.704 
3.605 
2.837 
4, 145 
2,676 
1,204 
662 
2,846 


5.759 
6.002 
4.310 
4.240 
4.204 
3.846 
3.219 
3.191 
3.040 


(-) 768 
(+) 874 
(-) 42fi 
(-) 38 
f-h) 29 
(-) 4 
(-) 444 
(-) 203 
(+) 35 


v+) 25 
(-I-) 265 
{+) 1,240 
(+) 371 
(-) 180 
(+) m 
(-) 337 
(-) 6.% 
(+) 1.048 


(-) 7« 
(+) 1,130 


33 


Ciecho-Slovakia 


34 


Dutch Eaat Indies 


(+) 814 


35 




(+) 83S 


36 


Irinh Free State 


(-) 191 


37 


Mexico 


(f) 1S3 


38 


Rritish Straits S«ttleinent6 


(-) 7W 


39 


Cevlon 


(-) 268 


40 


Egypt 


(-h) 1,083 




Total abo\'e 40 countries 






1,267.550 
1,265,679 


1,333,053 
1,363,587 


2,590,603 
?, 629. 266 


(+)160,563 
(-H) 156, 723 


(-|-)130.658 
(-|-)135.379 


(+) 291.231 




Total, All Countries 


(4-) 292,103 




British Empire 






257,398 
1,008.281 


536,004 
827.583 


793,402 
1,835,864 


(-I-) 8,311 
(+) 148,412 


+) 36.7.38 
(-I-) 98,641 


(+) 46,049 




Foreign CcNintriee 


(-I-) 247,053 









Analysis of Canada's Commodity Imports, 1928-29 

The increase in the imports in 1929 over 1928, amounting to $156,723,000, 
occurred in eight of the main groups, one group only showing a decrease. The 
increase in the eight main groups that had increases amounted to $161,778,000, 
while the decrease in the only group that had a decrease totalled $5,055,0(00. 
The imports under the main groups arranged in order of importance of 
increases or decreases, 1929 compared with 1928, were: Iron and Its Products, 
$346,611,000, increase, $87,037,000; Fibres, Textiles and Textile Products, $206,- 
444,000, increase, $19,448,000; Non-Ferrous Metal Products, $75,438,000, 
.increase, $15,248,000; Non-Metallic Mineral Products, $166,964,000, increase, 
$13,915,000; Miscellaneous Commodities, $68,492,000, increase, $8,643,000; 
Wood, Wood Products and Paper, $59,215,000, increase, $7,464,000; Animals and 
Animal Products, $71,662,000. increase, $5,872,000; Chemicals and Allied Pro- 
ducts, $37,723,000, increase, $4,151,000; and Agricultural and Vegetable Pro- 
ducts, $233,130,000, decrease, $5,055,000. 

Imports under the Agricultural and Vegetable Products group amounted to 
$233,130,000, decrease 1929 compared with 1928, amounting to $5,055,000. 
(The principal imports under this group, with increase or decrease, were: 
alcoholic beverages, $48,844,000, increase, $2,944,000; sugar for refining, $26,- 
405,000, decrease, $6,862,000; fresh fruits, $25,916,000, increase, $1,056,000; 
crude rubber, $17,410,000, decrease, $3,974,000; corn, $13,792,000. increase, 
,$734,000; tea, $11,753,000, decrease, $558,000; vegetable oil, $10,809,000, 
decrease, $892,000; fresh vegetables, $6,938,000, increase, $869,000; raw tobacco, 
$6,766,000, decrease, $253,000; dried fruits, $5,999,000, decrease, $312,000.) The 
; imports under the Animals and Animal Products group amounted to $71,662,000, 
increase 1929 compared with 1928 being $5,872,000. (Under this group the prin- 
cipal imports, with increase or decrease, were: furs, $17,166,000, increase, $512,- 
000; raw hides, $12,429,000, decrease, $1,711,000; butter, $9,029,000, increase, 
$3,496,000; unmanufactured leather, $6,009,000, increase, $49,000; meats, 
$5,905,000, increase, $1,319,000; manufactured leather, $4,989,000; increase, 
$431,000; fish, $3,452,000, increase, $356,000.) The value of the imports under 
-♦he main group Fibres, Textiles and Textile Products totalled $206,444,000, 
ttwrease 1929 compared with 1928 being $19,448,000. (The principal imports 
under this group, with increase or decrease, compared with 1928 were: woollen 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 9 

goods. $33,779,000, increase, $2,367,000; cotton goods, S30,898.000, increase, 
$126,000; raw cotton, $28^204,000, increase, $3,577,000; silk fabrics and velvets, 
$16,616,000, decrease, $3,247,000; flax, hemp and jute, $15,854,000, increase, 
$721,000; raw silk, $6,533,000, increase, $1,460,000; noils and tops (wool), 
$5,823,000, increase, $692,000; raw wool, $5,790,000, increase, $662,000; manila 
and sisal grass, $5,766,000, increase, $1,511,000; woollen yarn $5,733,000, 
increase, $1,377,000; cotton yarn, $4,192,000, increase, $1,311,000.) The imports 
under the Wood, Wood Products and Paper group amounted to $59,215,000, 
increase compared with 1928, $7,464,000. (The principal imports under this 
group, with increase or decrease, compared with 1928 were: unmanufactured 
wood, $16,639,000, increase, $2,370,000; books and printed matter, $16,540,000, 
increase, $1,707,000; paper, $13,649,000, increase, $1,731,000; manufactured 
wood, $12,386,000, increase, $1,656,000.) During 1929 the imports under Iron and 
Its Products amounted to $346,611,000, increase compared with 1928, $87,037,- 
000. (The principal imports under this group, with increase or decrease, 1929 
compared with 1928, were: machinery, $60,263,000. increase, $21,662,000; roll- 
ing mill products, $60,084,000, increase, $16,017,000; automobile parts, $55,- 
761.000, increase, $22,524,000; automobiles, $42,969,000, increase, $8,547,000; 
farm implements, $40,293,000, increase, $10,656,000; engines and boilers, $19,- 
307,000, increase, $2,300,000; hardware and cutlery, $4,775,000, increase, $677,- 
000; tubes and pipe, $4,697,000, increase, $959,000; iron ore $4,391,000, increase, 
$1,502,000; wire, $3,806,000, increase, $488,000.) 

Under the Non-Ferrous Metal Products group the iii^)orts in 1929 were 
valued at $75,438,000, increase $15,248,000. (The principal imports under this 
group, with increase or decrease, compared with 1928 were: electric apparatus, 
$26,775,000, increase, $7,731,000; copper, $13,068,000, increase, $5,818,000; 
brass, $6,754,000, increase, $1,601,000; aluminium, $6,372,000, decrease, 
$1,819,000.) The imports under the Non-Metallic Mineral Products group were 
valued at $166,964,000, increase $13,915,000. (The principal imports under this 
group, with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928 were: coal (except for 
ships' stores), $54,483,000, decrease, $3,786,000; crude petroleum, $37,660,000, 
increase, $3,535,000; refined petroleum. $23,672,000, increase, $7,715,000; clay 
and products, $10,417,000, increase, $755,000; glass and glassware, $9,718,000, 
increase, $1,588,000; stone and products, $8,538,000, increase, $2,142,000; coke, 
$6,648,000, increase, $1,838,000.) The imix)rts under the Chemicals and Allied 
Products group amounted to $37,723,000 in 1929, increase over 1928 being 
$4,151,000. (The chief imports under this group, with increase or decrease, 
1929 compared with 1928 were: paints and varnishes, $5,855,000, increase, 
$840,000; fertilizers, $4,847,000, increase, $702,000; dyeing and tanning 
materials, $3,982,000, increase, $41,000; drugs and medicines, $3,727,000, 
increase, $691,000, sodium compounds, $3,666,000, increase, $484,000.) Under 
the Miscellaneous Commodities group the imports in 1929 totalled $68,492,000, 
increase 1929 compared with 1928 being $8,643,000. (The principal imports, 
with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928 were: settlers' effects, 
$10,391,000, increase, $1,199,000; containers (usual outside coverings), 
$5,480,000, increase, $1,392,000; scientific equipment, $4,458,000, increase, 
$311,000; post office parcels, $3,638,000, increase, $228,000; articles for exhibi- 
tion, $3,295,000, increase, $468,000; articles returned within five years, 
$3,214,000, decrease, $558,000; musical instruments, $2326.000, increase, $449.- 
000; jewellery, $2,605,000, increase, $748,000; toys, $2,251,000, increase, 
$412,000. 



10 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



For further information respecting Canada's imports in principal com- 
modities, with proportions received from the United Kingdom and the United 
States, see the following table: — 

CANADA'S IMPORTS BY MAIN GROUPS, 1928-29 
Note: — Values in Thousands of Dollars. 



Main Groupa 



Total 
Imports 
1928-29 



Imports from 



Kingdom United 
United States 



Increase (+) or Decrease (— ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



Agricultural and Vegetable Pro- 
ducts 

Animals and Animal Products . . 

Fibres, Textiles and Textile Pro- 
ducts 

Wood, Wood Products and Paper 

Iron and Its Products 

Non-Ferrous Metal Products 

Non-Metallic Mineral Products . 

Chemicals and Allied Products . . 

Miscellaneous Commodities 

Total Imports 

Dutiable goods 

Free goods 

Duty collected on Imports 



233.130 
71.662 

206,444 
59,215 

346,611 
75,438 

166,964 
37,723 
68,492 



1,265,679 



821,075 
444,604 



200,479 



53.671 
5,664 

77,021 
4,935 

18,997 
6,654 

12.101 
4.943 

10.035 



103.690 
42.654 

81.890 
50,564 

317,089 
62.105 

135.154 
26.225 
48.685 



(— ) 5.0.55 
(-I-) 5.872 

(-I-) 19.448 

{+) 7,464 

{+) 87,037 

{+) 15,248 

(-f-) 13,915 

(+) 4.151 

{+) 8.643 



(+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 



2.537 
426 

5.557 
575 

1.271 
859 

2.367 
521 
401 



(+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 



1.481 
2,071 

12.459 
6.572 
83,098 
13.719 
17,706 
3,979 
7.535 



194,021 



868,056 



(+)156,723 



(+) 8,125 



(+) 148.621 



154.457 
39.564 



523.869 
344. 187 



(-t-) 111.025 
(+) 45.698 



(+) 
(+) 



4,403 
3.722 



{+) 107,822 
(+) 40.799 



40.860 



122.782 



{+) 28.606 



{+) 2.482 



{+) 25,658 



ONE HUNDRED COMMODITIES IMPORTED INTO CANADA. 1928-29 
Note: — Commodities arranged in order of importance. Values in Thousands of Dollars. 



Raak 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
« 

to 

11 
12 
13 

:4 

IS 
10 
17 
18 
10 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
8« 
87 
88 
8« 



Commodity 



Marhinery 

Nutomobile parts 

CobI 

Spirits and wines 

Vatomobilea 

Farm Impleroenta 

Crude petroleum 

Plates and sheets (iron) 

Raw cotton 

Klectric apparatus 

Siucar (or refining 

Oreen fruits 

Enfinesaod boilers 

''lasoline 

Raw rubber 

Raw and dreesed furs 

Silk fabrics and velvets...., 
I^ooka and printed matter.. 

Coni 

Worsteds and series 

Paper 

Chopper aad prodnets 

Raw bides 

Wood maaufactorea 

Planks and hoards 

Htructoral iroo and atnl.... 

Pea 

fUrsand rails (iraa) 

Vegetable oil 

Clay nod prodnets 

Hettkrs' •ffects 

CokMred or printed oottoM 

Glass aad ^asswara 

'^tooeaad products 

lute cloth ornuvaa 

Fresh vcvotablr* 

ra»tincN an<l forKinc* (iraa) 
(irey and white cottons... .. 
Raw tobacco 



Total 
Imports 
1928-29 



60.2P2 
56.761 
55. Ml 
48.349 
42.969 
40.293 
38.645 
30.606 
28.204 
26.775 
26.405 
2.^.916 
19.307 
18.038 
17,410 
19.906 
16.615 
16.540 
13,792 
13,728 
13.050 
13.008 
12.429 
12.389 
12.324 
11.828 
11.753 
11.278 
10.809 
10.417 
10,391 
10.289 
9.717 
8,538 
8.107 
«.«?8 
6.868 
6.806 
6,766 



Imports from 



United 
Kingdom 



3.997 

41 

4.159 

39.909 

338 

142 

5 

6,285 

3 

1.927 



84 
1,119 

76 

1,075 

700 

2.449 

11.235 
1.456 

298 

116 

933 
13 

265 
6.283 
1.022 
1.460 
3.958 

700 
6.071 
1.230 

000 

3.154 

81 

457 

60 



United 

States 



54.014 

55,467 

61.412 



42.019 

39.820 

26.964 

24.681 

28.170 

24.411 

399 

24.708 

18.n!« 

18,034 

16,449 

13,053 

2,069 

13,382 

9,340 

00 

10.078 

12.710 

9,286 

10,258 

12,238 

10.819 

36 

9.400 

7.287 

4.479 

9.343 

4.320 

4.801 

7.307 

894 

5. 918 

0,402 

4.832 

6.019 



Increase f+) or Decrease (— ) 
1928-29 compared with 19S7-38 



Total 



(-I-) 11 

(4-) 22 

'-) 3 

(+) 2 

(+) 8 

(+) 10 

1+) 2 

(-I-) 8 

(-!-) 3 

(+) 7 

(-) 

(+) I 

(+) 2 

.+) 

(-^ 8 
(+) 

(-) 8 

(+) 1 
(+) 
(+) 

(+) I 

(+) 5 

(-) 1 

(+) 1 

(+) 1 

(+) -3 
(-) 

<+) 4 
(-) 

(+) • 

ft! • 

(+) 1 

(+) 2 
(+) 
(4-) 

(+) 2 

(+) 2 
(-) 



United 
Kingdom 



(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 

(-) 
(+) 

{+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 

f+) 

(+^ 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 

\t\ 
it! 

(-) 

\-\ 

i+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 



1.10/ 
51 

2,529 

1.639 
01 
66 
17 

1.467 

8 

187 

19 
154 

10 
120 
768 
307 

307 

1,008 

147 

12 
241 

10 

128 

3 

147 

1.008 

49 
419 

26 
106 

84 

97 

9 

140 

340 

36 



I'nited 

States 



(+) 
(-) 

!+l 

(+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 

ii! 

'+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
'+) 
(4-) 
(-) 
(-»-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 

&i 

+) 
+) 
4-) 
(4-) 
<-) 

ft! 

(4-) 
(4-) 



12,271 

22.363 

1.139 

1 

8.602 

10.693 

4.443 

6.606 

3.663 

7,649 

16 

913 

3.105 

6.489 

S.88S 

845 

323 

1.437 

3,574 

n 

1. 510 
6.654 

an 

1.317 

1.811 

S.6S6 

6 

8.754 

2,685 

648 

1.606 

MO 

Tfl 

i.m 

561 
488 

3.706 

3.391 

S4 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



11 



ONE HUNDRED COMMODITIES IMPORTED INTO CANADA. 192^2»— Concluded 
NoTE:=Commoditie8 arranged in order of importance. Values in Thousands of Dollars 



Rank 



ComznodHr 



Brass and prodnets 

Coke 

Rrw s'lk 

r.enther. unmanafactured 

Dried fruits 

Meats 

Oreen oolTee 

Paints and vanilsbes 

VoiN, tops and waste wool 

Raw wool 

^iaal and manila grass 

Woollen >'arB 

Ruhber manufactaree 

Containers (outside coverings) 

Woollen clothing 

Silk clothiwc 

r.eathcr manufactores 

Fertilirers 

N'at^ (eTr«pt '"ocomts) 

Hardware and cutlery 

Tubes and pipe (iron) 

Band and hoop iron 

^ientific and educational equipment 

Iron ore 

Cotton >'am 

Tweeds 

Oyeing and tanning materials 

Wire of iron or steel 

^ lumina and bauxite 

Cocoa and chocolate 

Medicinal preparations 

Soda and soda compounds , 

Poet office parrels 

Clocks and watches 

Fish 

Canned fruits 

Carpets (wool) , 

Hats and caps 

Oooda returned within five years 

Toda 

Diamonds, unset 

Pigs and ingots (iroa) 

>nimals, living 

Tin in blocks 

Sulphur 

Binder twine 

Mosical instruments 

Toys and dolls 

f ewellery 

Cotton clothing 

M<4a8ses 

Seeds 

Silk yam, artificial 

Rice 

Dress nods (wool) to be dyed 

Refinea sugar 

Catmed ve^tables 

Rods of iron and sted 

Cotton lace and embroidery 

■Soap 

Zinc 



Total value of above oommodities 
Total valne of imports 



Peroentace represented by above 
commodities 



Total 
Imports 
1928-29 



6. 754 
6.648 

6,009 
5.999 
5,905 
5,856 
5.855 
5.823 
5,790 
5.766 
5,733 
5.676 
5,480 
5,194 
5.036 
4.989 
4.847 
4.811 
4.775 
4.697 
4,677 
4.458 
4.391 
4.192 
4,128 
3,982 
3.806 
3.806 
3,803 
3,727 
3,666 
3.638 
3,. 577 
3.452 
3.308 
3,304 
3,230 
3,214 
3,195 
3.182 
3.143 
3,104 
2,988 
2.939 
2.913 
2,826 
2,607 
2.605 
2.355 
2.328 
2,243 
2.154 
1.891 
1.851 
1,778 
1.753 
1.6.34 
1.473 
1.162 
1.067 



1.044.391 



1.285.670 



82-5 



Imports from 



T'nited 
Kmgdom 



648 

159 

2 

1.281 
330 
278 
830 
895 

5,181 

2,070 
38 

5.566 
6*8 

2.151 

4,314 
476 

1,283 

12 

186 

1,1.33 
535 
l.^^l 
.339 

1.511 

3,635 

1.t3 

1.488 

377 

1.044 

5.34 

485 

70 

243 

147 

1.421 

1.247 

243 

313 

1.086 

296 

295 

1.113 

325 

92 

301 

191 

520 

49 

360 

64 

44 

1,160 

1 

14 

1,227 

165 

14 



148,947 



194.021 



76-8 



United 
States 



5.699 
6,448 
4.514 
4.638 
4.147 
4,283 
11 
4,136 

185 
1.503 
5,453 
4 
4,884 
2,045 

611 
3.012 
2.. 598 
3.659 
1,597 
2.869 
3.881 
4.339 
3.638 
3,425 
2,628 
32 
2,963 
1.997 
3.626 
1 020 
1.947 
2.839 
3,153 
1.333 
1,2!6 
2.086 

315 
1.091 
2.581 
2,427 
60 
2,264 
2.800 
1.308 
2.938 
1.565 
2.273 
1,096 
1.408 
1,393 

558 

1,011 

87 

584 

227 
1.170 
572 
261 
866 
687 



732.450 



808.054 



84-3 



Increase (+) or Decrease (— ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 



Total 



.601 

,838 

,4P0 

49 

312 

.319 

189 

840 

692 

662 

.511 

.377 

397 

.392 

,163 

,a37 

431 

702 

134 

677 

959 

63 

311 

,502 

.311 

3-=>4 

41 

488 

.47.-. 

98S 

691 

484 

228 

273 

356 

599 

498 

15 

558 

644 

114 

.091 

598 

1 

31 

618 

449 

488 

7»8 

80 

414 

38 

370 

467 

281 

324 

312 

437 

800 

16 

200 



124,833 



-|-)t5«,723 



United 
Kingdom 



121 
S2 

220 

78 

32 

203 

!24 

801 

179 

11 

1.456 

41 

505 

971 

30 

53 

14 

66 

131 

108 

322 

70 

721 

349 

15 

318 

343 

135 

193 

1 

5 

23 

46 

95 

192 

229 

40 

99 

68 

59 

165 

269 
3 

62 

60 

99 

1 

96 

10 

34 

292 

10 

4 

2 

328 

17 

9 



5.145 



8,125 



I'nited 
States 



4-^ 
-t-) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
+) 
-) 
-!-) 
-) 
-I-) 
+) 
-) 
(+) 
(+) 

+) 
-I-) 
f.+) 
+) 
+) 
+ ) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 

+> 
-I-) 
+) 
-1-) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
+) 
+) 

+) 
-) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
+) 

+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
-) 



1.435 

1.854 

658 

340 
309 
674 
5 
808 
138 
617 
1.624 

27 
442 
665 

20 

1,075 

152 

738 

48 

5.30 

832 

461 

172 

1.198 

544 

7 

408 

172 

3,613 

63 
500 
598 
230 
114 
248 
478 
127 
144 
421 
562 

42 
900 
572 
455 

35 
700 
376 
258 
263 

73 
213 

68 
307 

22 

57 
330 
239 
121 

27 
1 



+) 127.989 



+) 148.621 



Canada's imports for caxadun industries, 1928-29 

From the statistics in the following table giving " Imports of Sixty-two 
Leading Commodities for Canadian Industries, 1928-29," it will be noted that 
the total value for these commodities amounted to $391,831,000, the United 
Kingdom supplying $27,690,000 of this amount and the United States $289,- 
355,000. The increase from all countries, 1929 compared with 1928, amounted 



12 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



to $33,697,000; from the United Kingdom to $3,414,000, and from the United 
States to $36,460,000. According to degree of manufacture, raw materials 
accounted for $185,086,000 of the total value of commodities listed for Canadian 
industries; semi-manufactured products for $82,251,000; and fully or chiefly 
manufactured products for $124,494,000. The proportion of the commodities 
imported from the United Kingdom and the United States, according to degree 
of manufacture, with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928 was: raw 
materials, United Kingdom, $5,364,000, decrease, $404,000; United States $149,- 
531,000, increase, $6,235,000; semi-manufactured products. United Kingdom, 
$9,009,000, increase, $1,412,000, United States, $41,729,000, increase, $2,112,000; 
and fully or chiefly manufactured products. United Kingdom, $13,317,000, 
increase, $2,466,000, United States, $98,095,000, increase, $28,113,000. 

For further information respecting imports of commodities for Canadian 
industries, with proportions received from the United Kingdom and the United 
States, see the following table: — 

IMPORTS OF SIXTY-TWO LEADING COMMODITIES FOR CANADIAN INDUSTRIES, 

1928-29 

Note: — Commodities arranged in order of importance. Values in Thpusanda of Dollars. 



Bnk 



Commodity 



Total 
Imports 
1928-29 



Imports from 



Fnited 
Kingdom 



United 
SUtes 



Incrf!8se (-f-) or Deereane (— ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



1 
2 

8 
4 

5 



7 

8 

9 
10 
II 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
33 

34 
2S 
2« 
27 
38 
29 

30 
81 
33 
33 
34 

36 
38 
37 
38 
3» 
40 
41 
43 

a 

44 
45 
4« 
47 
4t 
43 
•0 



t ntomobile ports 

Crude petroleum (except for ships' 

stores) 

Raw cotton 

Sugar for refining 

Bituminous coal 

Raw rubber 

Raw furs 

Raw hides 

lAimber, rough sawn 

Vutomobile engines 

Tin plate 

Copper bars and rods 

Raw tobacco 

Raw silk 

f <eather , unmanufactured 

Raw coffee 

Skelp iron for pipe 

Wool tops 

Raw wool 

Manila and sisal grass 

Woollen yam 

Iron ore 

Iron and steel articles for agricultural 

implements 

Cotton jurn 

viumina. bauxite and cryolite 

Dyeing and tanning materials 

Silk cloth to be dyed 

Oums and resins 

Rolled inn or steel for acricultural 

implements 

Diamonds, unset 

Pigs, ingots and blooms (iron) 

Tin in blocks 

Sulphur 

Diamond diist or bort, and black 

diamonds for borers 

Crude rott/m need oil 

Oil (or wmp iniiustry 

.SauMWie camivKa .....^1.^. 

Artificial silk }'am and tops 

Raw cocoa 

Fun, wholly or partially drwild. . 

Df«s* foods (wctol) tobedynd 

Rabbsr. hard, noov«r«d. Me 

C^vda pe«rat oil 

Cellttloid in lumps 

Hatl«>T«" iiiatrrialii 

Wire rods (or making wirs 

Axles for vahicias 

GfMM tar Map aad laatliar . ■•...•• 

OikUofniMgMHi 

V«M«no(Wood 



U,761 

87.660 
28,204 
26,405 
25.904 
17.410 
14.070 
12,429 
12,324 
11,728 
8,009 
7,040 
6.766 
6.533 
6.009 
5.856 
6,827 
5.823 
5.790 
5,766 
5.733 
4.391 

4.822 
4,192 
4,104 
3,983 
3,965 
3,349 

3,212 
3.182 
3.143 
2.987 
2,939 

2.6IS 
2.394 
2,386 
2.164 
2.154 
1.942 
1.862 
1.861 
1.768 
1.740 
1.782 
1.640 
1.633 
1.560 
1.130 
1.064 
997 



473 

76 

874 

116 

13 

2,415 

1 

56 

2 

1,281 

830 

497 

5,181 

2,670 

38 

5,566 



62 
1,611 

153 

4 

36 

12 

1.086 

296 

1,113 



155 
346 

42 

64 

191 

122 

1,160 

11 

424 

64 

62 

14 

8 

4 



65,467 

26.964 

28.170 

399 

25.430 

16.449 

11,863 

9.286 

12.238 

11.728 

5.593 

7.023 

5.619 

4,514 

4.638 

11 

5.196 

185 

1.603 

5.453 

4 

3.425 

4.224 
2.628 
3.702 
2.963 
46 
2.957 

3.196 
60 
2.264 
1.308 
2.038 

2.434 

2.044 

2,295 

223 

87 

421 

992 

1.762 
421 

1.400 
702 
661 

1,642 

1,086 
66 
994 



(-f-) 22,524 



-I-) 3 
+) 8 
-) 6 
-) 

-) 3 
+) 

-) 1 
+) 1 
-) 

+) 1 
+ ) 3 
-) 

+ ) 1 
+ ) 
+) 

+) 1 
+ ) 
+) 

+ ) 1 
+ ) 1 
+ ) I 



ii 

+) 
+) 
+) 

+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 

+) 
-) 
-) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
+) 

t\ 

+) 
+) 
(+) 



,535 
,577 
.862 

492 
.974 

780 
.711 
,819 

230 
.041 
.015 

252 

,460 

49 

189 
,329 

692 

662 
.511 
.377 
,502 



1,641 

1.311 

2,230 

41 

34 

222 

1.325 

114 

1.091 

1 

31 

1.126 

2.860 

141 

43 

370 

746 

438 

384 

173 

1,363 

73 

186 

441 

379 

108 

402 

313 



(-) 

(-) 
(-) 

(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 

(+) 
(-) 
(+) 

(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(4-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 



(+) 
(+) 

(■h) 

!;! 
S! 

(-) 
(+) 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 

(+) 

-) 

+) 



61 

16 
8 

22 
16 
43 
12 
10 

76 

6 

26 

220 
203 
200 
801 
179 
11 
1,466 



43 

721 

15 
6 
7 

4 

99 
68 
166 



842 

9 

29 

10 

413 

84 

302 

6 

434 

6 

18 

3 

2 

6 



(+) 



(-I-) 22,363 

4,444 

3,663 

15 

475 

2,886 
766 
800 

1.831 
230 
066 

3,018 

24 

668 

340 

6 

1,038 
138 
617 

1.634 
27 

1.198 

1.493 

544 

2,586 

408 
44 
40 

1,335 

43 

000 

455 

35 

1.049 

3,161 

886 

U 

807 

70 

43 

313 
187 
88 
87 
844 
381 
85 
83 
189 



1 (+) 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



13 



IMPORTS OF SIXTY-TWO LEADING COMMODITIES FOR CANADIAN INDUSTRIES. 

l^S-29— Concluded 

Notb: — Commonities arranged in order of importance; Value in Thousanns of Dollars. 



Rank 



Commodity 



Locomotive tires in the rough 

Zinc in sheets and plates 

Ores of metals, n.o.p 

Logs (wood) 

Boiler plate 

Sulphate of alumina 

.Sulphate of soda 

Glycerine for explosives 

Rroom com 

Bristles 

S^nd, silica for industries 

Hemp 

Total above commodities 

RjeCAPITl'lATION 

Imports according to degree of manu- 
facture — 

Raw materials 

Semi-manufactured 

Fully or chiefly manufactured 



Total 
Imjwrts 
1028-29 



940 
731 

656 
629 
601 
522 
420 
492 
428 
390 
372 
234 



391,831 



185,086 
82,251 
124,494 



Imports from 



United 
Kingdom 



416 
5 
17 

3 
19 
99 
58 



27,690 



6,364 
9,009 
13,317 



United 
SUtes 



525 
366 
635 
622 
595 
489 
310 
70 
425 
335 
308 
206 



289,355 



149.531 
41,729 
98,095 



Increase (+) or Decrease (— ) 
1928-39 compared with 1927-28 



Total 



(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 



60 

259 

131 

36 

213 

36 

270 

181 

50 

19 

42 

872 



(+) 33,697 



(+) 3,699 
(-) 1,821 
(+) 31,819 



United 
Kingdom 



(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 

[-) 



123 
17 
II 
5 
3 
9 
207 
25 



(+) 3,414 



(-) 
(+) 
(+) 



464 
1,412 
2,466 



United 
SUtea 



{+) 
(+) 
(-) 

(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 



«S 

69 
144 
109 
221 
24 
69 
43 
47 
43 
42 
867 



(+) 36.460 



(+) 6.235 
(+) 2,112 
(+) 28,113 



ANALYSIS OF CANADa's COMMODITY EXPORTS, 1928-29 

During the fiscal year 1929 Canada's domestic exports compared with 1928 
show increases in seven of the main groups and decreases in two. The total 
increase under the main groups that had increases amounted to $143,693,000, 
whik the total decrease for the two main groups that had decreases amounted 
to $8,314,000; thus the net increase was $135,379,000. The total exports under 
each main group arranged in order of importance of increase or decrease, 1929 
compared with 1928, were: Agricultural and Vegetable Products, $646,514,000, 
increase, $91,403,000; Non-Ferrous Metal Products, $112,655,000, increase, 
$21,815,000; Iron and Its Products, $82,257,000, increase, $19,503,000; Wood, 
Wood Products and Paper, $288,622,000, increase, $4,078,000; Miscellaneous 
Commodities, $18,264,000, increase, $3,227,000; Chemicals and Allied Products, 
$19,438,000, increase, $2,073,000; Non-Metallic Mineral Products, $27,402,000; 
increase, $1,594,000; Fibres, Textiles and Textile Products, $9,678,000, ciecrease, 
$1,226,000; and Animals and Animal Products, $158,757,000, decrease, 
$7,088,000. 

The domestic exports from Canada under the main group of Agricultural 
and Vegetable Products amounted to $646,514,000, increase 1929 over 1928, 
$91,403,000. (The principal exports under this group, with increase or decrease, 
1929 compared with 1928, were: wheat, $428,524,000, increase, $76,407,000; 
wheat flour, $65,118,000, increase, $5,238,000; barley, $25,744,000, increase, 
$2,271,000; whiskey, $24,123,000. increase, $2,638,000; rubber tires, $19,120,000, 
decrease, $1,154,000; rye, $10,809,000, increase, $160,000; oats, $10,242,000, 
increase, $5,967,000; rubber footwear, $8,590,000, increase, $2,242,000; seeds, 
$7,945,000, increase, $749,000; ale and beer, $5,608,000, increase, $207,000; bran 
and shorts, $5,496,000, increase, $2,746,000; apples, fresh, $4,867,000, increase, 
$623,000; potatoes, $3,083,000, decrease, $4,255,000.) During 1929 the exports 
under the Animals and Animal Products group amounted to $158,757,000, 
decrease, 1929 compared with 1928, $7,088,000. (The principal exports under 
this group, with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928, were: fish, 
$34,982,000, increase, $1,463,000; cheese, $25,182,000, increase, $4,081,000; raw 
furs, $24,250,000, increase, $227,000; meats, $19,185,000, decrease, $5,288,000; 



14 TRADE AND COMMERCE 

animals, living, $17,034,000, decrease, $1,886,000; unmanufactured leather, 
$9,592,000, decrease, $1,594,000; raw hides, $9,480,000, decrease, $2,235,000; 
milk and cream, $6,061,000, decrease, $1,781,000.) The exports under the Fibres, 
Textiles and Textile Products group in 1929 were valued at $9,678,000; decrease, 
compared with 1928 amounted to $1,226,000. (Under this group the principal 
exports, with increase or decrease. 1929 compared with 1928, were: raw wool, 
$2,797,000, decrease, $353,000; rags, $1,801,000, increase $35,000; binder twine, 
$1,317,000, decrease, $736,000; cotton, 1702,000, decrease, $307,000; felt manu- 
factures, $561,000, increase, $74,000.) The value of the exports under the Wood, 
Wood Products and Paper group, 1929, was $288,622,000, increase compared 
with 1928 being $4,078,000. (Under this group the principal exports, with 
increase or decrease, compared with 1928 were: newsprint paper, $142,343,000, 
increase, $13,836,000; planks and boards, $47,664,000, decrease, $7,734,000; 
wood pulp, $44,896,000, decrease, $2,366,000; pulp wood, $14,187,000, decrease, 
$996,000; shingles (wood), $7,793,000, increase, $973,000; laths (wood), $6,024,- 
000, decrease, $475,000; logs, $4,649,000, decrease, $336,000.) The exports 
under the Iron and Its Products group amounted to $82,257,000, increase, 1929 
compared with 1928, $19,503,0(X). (The principal exports under this group, 
with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928 were: automobiles, $43,- 
060,000, increase, $18,219,000; farm implements, $15,871,000, increase, $228,000; 
machinery, $7,337,000, increase, $1,171,000; pigs and ingots, $3,884,000, increase, 
$1,102,000; automobile parts, $2,383,000, decrease, $184,000.) The exports under 
the group Non-Ferrous Metal Products amounted to $112,655,0(X), increase, 
1929 compared with 1928, $21,815,000. (The principal exports under -this 
group, with increase or decrease, 1929 compared with 1928 were: nickel, 
$23,880,000, increase, $6,854,000; copper blister, $18,968,000, increase, $11,540,- 
000; raw gold, $12,396,000, increase, $3,361,000; silver $11,840,000, decrease, 
$22,000; lead, $11,130,000, decrease, $750,000; aluminium, $9,644,000, decrease, 
$1,852,000; zinc, $8,307,000, increase, $188,000; copper ore, $7,936,000, increase, 
$852,(X)0.) The exports under the Non-Metallic Mineral Products group in 
1929 amounted to $27,402,000, increase over 1928, $1,594,000. (The principal 
exports under this group, with increase or decrease, compared with 1928 were: 
asbestos, raw, $11,267,000, increase, $590,(X)0; stone and products, $6,539,000, 
increase, $1,045,000; coal, $4,524,000, decrease, $222,000; crude petroleum oil, 
$1,309,000, increase, $495,000.) The exports under the Chemicals and Allied 
Products group amounted to $19,438,000, increase over 1928, $2,073,000. (Under 
this group the principal exports, with increase or decrease, compared with 1928 
were: fertilizers, $6,078,000, increase, $664,000; acids, $4,241,000, increase, 
$911,000; soda and soda compounds, $3,920,000, increase, $253,000; drugs and 
medicines, $661,000, increase, $211,000; paints and varnishes, $529,000, increase, 
$109,000.) Under the Miscellaneous Commodities group the exports in 1929 
amounted to $18,264,000, increase compared with 1928 amounted to $3,227,000. 
(The principal exports under this group, with increase or decrease compared 
with 1928 were: settlers' effects, $5,918,000, increase, $120,000; films, $4,265,000, 
increase, $723,000; electrical energy, $3,938,000. (As electrical energ>' appears 
as an item in Canadian export statistics for the first time from April 1, 1928, 
there was practically no increase or decrease) ; musical instruments, $768,000, 
decrease,. $504,000; containers (usual outside coverings), $572,000, decrease, 
$143,000. 

For further information respecting Canada's exports in principal commodi- 
ties, with proportions sent to the United Kingdom and the United States, see 
the following table: — 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 

CANADA'S DOMESTIC EXPORTS BY MAIN GROUPS. 1928-29 
Nora: — Values in Thousands of Dollars. 



Main Groups 


Total 

Domestic 

Exports 

192*-29 


Exports to 


Increase (4-) or Decrease ( — ) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


Total 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


Agricultural and Vegetable Pro- 
ducts 

Animals and Animal Products . 

Fibres. Textiles and TextUe Pro- 
ducts 

Wood, Wood Products and Paper 

Iron and Its Products 


646.514 
158.757 

9.678 
288.622 
82.257 
112.655 
27.402 
19.438 
18.264 


325,106 
47,645 

811 
22,351 
8,721 
16,347 
1,771 
4,037 
2,942 


58,527 
84,994 

4,930 
235,665 
11,157 
63,777 
17.995 
10.779 
12.343 


{+) 91.403 
(-) 7,088 

(-) 1.226 
(-I-) 4.078 
{+) 19.503 
(+) 21.815 
(+) 1.594 
(+) 2.073 
{+) 3.227 


(+) 14.895 
(-) 1.038 

(-) 1.086 
(+) 5.180 
(-I-) 525 
(+) 651 
(-) 163 
(-) 197 
(+) 273 


(+) 2,428 
(-) 7,250 

(+) 8 
(-) 3.321 
(+) 2.326 


NoD- Ferrous Metal Products 

Non-Metallic Mineral Products . . 
Chemicals and Allied Products. . . 
Miscellaneous Commodities 


(-I-) 19,663 
(+) 1.957 
(+) 2.628 
(+) 3.724 


Total Exports (domestic) 

Foreign Exports 


1.363.587 
25. 186 


429,731 
1,938 


500.167 
21.647 


(-J-)135.379 
(-I-) 2.937 


{+) 19.040 
(-) 134 


(-f-) 22.163 
{+) 3.006 






Total Exports 


1.388.773 


431,669 


521.814 


(-1-)138.316 


(+) 18.906 


(+) 25,169 







SEVENTY LEADING CANADIAN COMMODITIES EXPORTED 

FROM CANADA, 1928-29 

Nom: — Commodities arranged in order of importance; Values in Thousands of Dollars. 



Rank 



Commodity 



Total 

DtHneetic 

Exports 

1928-39 



Exports to 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



Increase (+) or Decrease <—) 
1928-29 compared with 1927-28 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 

le 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
23 
23 
24 
3S 
2< 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
Zi 
30 
37 
SS 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
4» 



Wheat 

Printinc paper 

Wheat flour 

Plaaka and boards 

Wood pulp 

Aatomobilee 

Fiah 

Copper, ore and blister 

Barley 

Cheese 

Raw hm 

Whiskey 

Nickel 

Meats 

Rubber tires 

Farm implemeats 

Cattle , 

Pulp wood 

Raw gold 

Silver ore and bnllioo 

Asbestos, raw 

Lead 

Rye 

Oats 

Leather, unmannfactmred. 

Raw hides , 

Aluminium in bars 

Rubber boots and shoes. . 

Zinc 

8hii«l«s (wood) 

Machinery 

Fertilisers 

Milk and cream, fresh 

Laths (wood) 

Settlers' eiTeeto 

Flaxseed 

Malt liqaon 

Bran sad shorts 

.\pptaa.KreeB 

Ixiga (wood) 

Coal 

Films 

Aeids 

Soda aad soda oompooads 
Square timber 



428.524 

142,343 

65.118 

47,664 

44.896 

43.060 

34.982 

26,905 

25.744 

25.182 

24.250 

24.123 

23.881 

19.185 

19.120 

15.871 

14.694 

14.187 

12.396 

11.840 

11.267 

11.130 

10,809 

10.242 

9.592 

9.480 

8.608 

8.590 

8,307 

7.793 

7.337 

6.078 

6.061 

6.024 

5.918 

5,745 

5.608 

6.496 

4.867 

4.649 

4.624 

4.205 

4.241 

3.920 

3.854 



260.007 

9.712 

16,972 

6,677 

1,785 

5,465 

3.718 

1,603 

17.553 

22,640 

10.038 

86 

5,149 

7.591 

1,258 

448 

62 

23 

273 

539 

4,747 

5.369 

4,043 

2.012 

12 

1.421 

3.258 

1.424 

6 

1.379 



438 
6 

3 

3.885 

110 

148 

2,050 

2.160 

671 



12.381 

123.0B8 

13 

36,378 

36.942 

72 

14.804 

23,087 

29 

1.870 

13,093 

18.112 

13.489 

10.383 

29 

4,367 

14.463 

14.187 

12.371 

6.970 

7.380 

873 

23 

7,091 

9.244 

4,323 

3 

198 
7.663 

272 
6.630 
6.069 
5.999 
5,197 
6.741 
6.689 
5.363 

2S3 
3.354 
3.077 
1.330 
3.031 
3.033 

»1 



-I-) 76.407 
+) 13.117 
+) 5.238 
-) 7,734 
-) 2.366 
+) 18,219 
+) 1.463 
+) 12.393 
-I-) 2,271 
4.081 
227 
2.638 
6.854 
5.288 
1.154 
228 
817 
996 
3.361 
22 
690 
750 
160 
6.967 
1.594 
2,235 
2.214 
2.343 
188 



973 

1.171 
664 

1,781 
475 
130 

1.449 
307 

3.740 
033 
830 
38S 
733 
911 
363 
047 



+) 15, 
+) 6, 
-) 3, 
-) 

-) 1, 
+) 

-) 1, 
-) 

+) S, 
+) 4, 
+) 
-) 
-) 

-) 4, 
-) 2, 
-) 
-) 

-»-) 
-) 
+) 

:+) 
+) 
-) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+) 

+) 

+) 
+) 

(-) 

(+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 



192 
823 
275 
784 
307 
747 
699 
168 
.333 
.812 
889 
38 
636 
.151 
.463 
191 
68 

21 
359 
284 
491 
804 
.648 
441 

12 

575 

904 

300 

4 

39 



67 
1 



317 

13 

08 

709 

79 

147 



(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-f-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-♦-) 
(-) 
{+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
{-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 

^+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 

S! 

(+) 
(-) 



2.877 

4.093 

33 

0.142 

873 

15 

983 

10.397 

21 

674 

1.075 

268 

6.357 

906 

3 

844 

936 

996 

3.381 

1.471 

845 

520 

1 

479 

1.149 

2.173 

3.690 

1 

88 

950 

33 

760 

1,781 

471 

49 

1.450 

313 

3.7Se 

39 

743 

38 

07 

991 

000 

9 



16 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



SEVENTY LEADING CANADIAN COMMODITIES EXPORTED 
FROM CANADA, 1928-20— Conc/Hded 

Noras: — Commodities arranged in order of importance; Values in Thousands of Dollars 



RMk 



4S 
47 
48 
49 
80 
61 
62 
68 
64 
65 
8« 
67 
58 
60 
«0 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
60 
70 



Commodity 



FeiTo-manicaa«ae and ferro-siliooB. 

Milk, condensed 

Poles (wood) 

\ brasives, artificial crude 

PoUtoes 

Oatmeal 

Raw wool 

Electric apparatus 

Automobile parts 

Paper board 

Cereal foods 

Tubes and pipe (iron) 

SuKar, refined 

Hardware and cutlery 

Raw tobacco 

Clover seed 

Wrapping paper 

Pish oils 

Binder twine 

Crude petroleum 

Hay 

Rolling mill products 

Musical instruments 

Butter 

Muminium manufactures 



Total value of above commodities 
Total value of exports (Canadian) 
Percenta|[e represented by above 
commodities 



Total 

Domestic 

Exports 

1928-29 



3.841 
3,721 
3.450 
3.446 
3.084 
3.073 
2.797 
2.401 
2.383 
2.311 
2,239 
2.222 
2,176 
1.970 
1.955 
1.890 
1.814 
1,742 
1.317 
1,309 
1,127 
1,057 
768 
765 
665 



1,291,893 
1,363,587 



94-7 



Exports to 



I'nited 
KinRdom 



895 
239 

2,073 
211 
299 
121 
697 

2.177 

80 

621 

678 

1,926 
229 
310 



493 

496 

12 

34 

1 

47 



416,266 
429,731 



96-8 



I'nited 
States 



3.792 
438 
3.450 
3.088 
1.141 

2,530 

95 

144 

1,248 

7 

745 

1 

110 

2 

1,529 

16 

1.428 

573 

766 

440 

258 

254 

71 

4 



464.080 
500.167 



92-7 



Increase (+) or r)e'^r'>a<«e (— ) 
1928-29 compared wi'h 1937-28 



Total 



(+) 
(-) 
(4-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
{+) 
(+) 
(-> 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-> 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 



1.102 
269 
120 
625 

4.255 

1.274 
353 
5.52 
184 
346 
180 
468 

4.085 
915 
261 
812 
171 
749 
736 
495 
657 
837 
504 
289 
52 



(-(-) 131,169 
(+) 135,379 



fnitod 
Kinicdom 



(-) 

(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
1+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(.+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 

(-) 

(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-1-) 



243 

56 

592 

500 

7 

37 
143 
154 

40 

2,107 

176 

286 

167 

87 

12 

189 
88 
40 
15 
14 
9 



(+) 10.868 
{+) 10,040 



T'n'ted 
States 



(+) 
'-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 

(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 

(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-♦-) 
(-) 
(-f-) 
(4-) 

\-\ 



1.067 
83 

124 

58S 

3,452 

178 

3 

76 

180 

4 

78 
87 
27 

468 

IS 

443 

250 

284 

460 

00 

33 

30 

18 



(-f-) 10,808 
(+) 23,163 



Canada's Trade via the United States, 1926-29 

There has been a steady decline in the imports into Canada from overseas 
countries via the United States, especially in imports from the British Empire. 
The decrease in the total imports via the United States during the fiscal year 
1929 compared with 1926 amounted to $3,176,751 ; the imports from the United 
Kingdom showing a decrease of $865,314; from other British countries, a decrease 
of $4,614,239; while imports from foreign countries show an increase of $2,302,- 
802. The appended table shows that imports from the United Kingdom via 
the United States from 1926 to 1929 decreased from $1,853,066 to $987,752; 
from other British countries from $6,260,189 to $1,645,950; while imports from 
foreign countries during the same interval increased from $6,106,030 to $8,408,- 
832. The proportions were: United Kingdom, 1926, 1-1 per cent; 1929, 0-5 
per cent; other British countries, 1926. 14-2 per cent; 1929, 2-6 per cent; and for- 
eign countries, 1926, 5-5 per cent; 1929, 6-0 per cent. 

IMPORTS INTO CANADA VIA THE UNITED STATES 



Imports from 


Years ended March 31 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


Vntted Kingdom via United Stotes 

Per cent of total imports from United 

Kinndom 

Other British Empire via United States 

Per cent of total imports from other 

British Empire. . . 

Forpiicn Countries via United States 

Per cent of total imports from foreign 
coontries 


1 1.853,066 

• 

11 
t 6,260.189 

14-2 
S 6,106,030 

6-5 


$ 728.001 

4 
S 3,832,540 

7-7 
1 8,200.679 

63 


1 773.694 

04 
S 2,241,007 

3 5 
1 9.102,893 

6-5 


1 967,762 

0-5 
1 1.645.950 

3-6 
1 8.408.832 

60 


Total imports via United Sutes 

Per cent of total imports from Overseas 
Countries 


S 14.219,285 
4-6 


S 12,761.220 
3 7 


S 12,117.594 
31 


t 11.042,634 
2-9 







REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



17 



Exports from Canada to overseas countries via the United States show very 
little change during the past four years. In 1926 the proportion was 39-2 per 
cent; in 1927, 39-5 per cent; in 1928, 38-9 per cent; and in 1929, 36-7 per cent. 
The statistics in the following table show that Canada's exports to overseas 
countries via the United States were: United Kingdom, in 1926, $237,327,- 
986; in 1929, $217,590,205; other British countries in 1926, $22,157,401; in 
1929, $30,749,198; and foreign countries, in 1926, $70,466,599; and in 1929, 
$68,850,420. The proportions were: United Kingdom, 1926, 46-6 per cent; 
1929, 50-6 per cent; other British countries, 1926, 24-3 per cent; 1929, 28-9 
per cent; and foreign countries, 1926, 29-1 per cent: 1929, 21-0 per cent. 

EXPORTS FROM CANADA VIA THE UNITED STATES 



Exports to 


Years ended March 31 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


United Kingdom via United States . ■ . 


$ 237,327,986 
46-6 

i 22,157.401 
24-3 

% 70.466,599 
291 


$ 216.313,069 
48-4 

i 23,549.163 
25- 1 

$ 70,422,646 
28-7 


$ 201,784,594 
49- 1 

$ 26,762,373 
30-2 

$ 63.060.434 
25- 1 


$ 217,590,205 
50-6 


Per cent of total exports to United King- 
dom 


Other British Empire via United States 

Per cent of total exports to other British 
Empire 


% 30.749,198 
28-9 


Foreign countries via United States 

Per cent of total exports to Foreign 
Countries 


S 68.850.420 
210 






Total Exports via United States 

Per cent of total exports to Overseas 
Countries 


S 329.951.986 
39-2 


$ 310,284,878 
39-5 


$ 291,607,401 
38-9 


$ 317,189.823 
3C-7 







Canada's Position in International Trade 

The statistics in the following table showing total trade of ten leading 
countries of the world, indicate that Canada continues to improve her posi- 
tion in international trade. In 1913 Canada occupied eighth position in total 
trade, being exceeded by the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, 
France, the Netherlands, British India and Italy, but in. 1928 she had advanced 
to fifth position, having displaced the Netherlands, British India and Italy. 

TOTAL TRADE OF TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 





Rank 




1913 


1«27 


1928 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


8 


6 


5 


6 


6 


6 


7 


8 


7 


5 


10 


8 


10 


7 


9 


« 


9 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



1927 



1928 



United States 

United Kingdom. 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

British India 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Japan 

Argentina 



4.205 
5,764 
4,966 
2,953 
1,095 
1.376 
1.188 
2,814 
676 
872 



,147.000 
,185.000 
,298,000 
,199.000 
,282.000 
068,000 
,354.000 
,404,000 
,761.000 
,187.000 



8.836, 
8.78«, 
6.798, 
4.236, 
2,285, 
2.059, 
1.853, 
1.784. 
1,903, 
1.800, 



200.000 
426.000 
125.000 
519.000 
010.000 
253,000 
210.000 
343.000 
237.000 
815,000 



,021.675,000 
,760.074.000 
,075.082.000 
,107.967.000 
,547.090,000 
,120.829.000 
,918.883.000 
880.173.000 
,879.837,000 
882.411.000 



S»48ft-a 



18 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



In import trade Canada, according to statistics in the following table show- 
ing net imports into ten leading countries of the world, occupied eighth posi- 
tion in 1913, being exceeded by the United Kingdom, Germany, United States, 
France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. In 1928 she had advanced to fifth 
position, displacing the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. 

NET IMPORTS INTO TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 





Rank 




1913 


1927 


1928 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


8 


5 


5 


7 


6 


6 


5 


7 


7 


10 


8 


8 


9 


9 


9 





10 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



1927 



1928 



United Kingdom. 
United States. . . . 

CJermany 

France 

Canada 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Japan 

British India 

Belgium 



3,207, 

1,756, 

2,563, 

1,625, 

6.')9, 

703, 

1,575, 

363, 

594, 

894, 



951,000 
863,000 
331.000 
317,000 
064,000 
608.000 

ase.ooo 

257,000 
121,000 
865,000 



5,335, 

4,077, 

3,366, 

2,071, 

1.066, 

1,049, 

1,022, 

995, 

896, 

807, 



448,000 
886,000 
072.000 
828,000 
673,000 
018,000 
369,000 
362,000 
897,000 
602,000 



5,239, 

3.991. 

3,354, 

2,095. 

1,197, 

1,156, 

1,080, 

991, 

910, 

880, 



394,000 
993,000 
018,000 
172,000 
939,000 
861,000 
537,000 
439,000 
849,000 
011,000 



In export trade Canada has made greater progress than in import trade, 
as the statistics in the following table showing domestic exports of ten leading 
countries of the world indicate. Canada in 1913 occupied ninth position in 
export trade, being exceeded by the United Kingdom, the United States, Ger- 
many, France, the Netherlands, British India, Belgium and Argentina, but in 
1928 she had moved up to fifth position, displacing the Netherlands, British 
India, Belgium and Argentina. 

DOMESTIC EXPORTS FROM TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 



Rank 


1913 


1927 


1928 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


9 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


8 


7 


7 


10 


8 


8 


7 


10 


9 


6 


9 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



1927 



1928 



United States. . . . 
United Kingdom 

Germany 

France 

Canada. 

British India 

Argentina. 

.lapan 

Belgium 

Netherlands 



2,448, 

2,556, 

2,402, 

1,327, 

436, 

781, 

465, 

313, 

701, 

1,239, 



284.000 
234,000 
967,000 
882,000 
218,000 
947,000 
582,000 
504,000 
475,000 
368,000 



4,758, 

3,450, 

2,432, 

2,164, 

1,218, 

1,162, 

973, 

907, 

739, 

761, 



314,000 
978.000 
053,000 
691,000 
337,000 
356,000 
999,000 
875,000 
179,000 
974,000 



5,029 

3,520 

2,721 

2.012 

1,349 

1,209 

987 

888 

840 

799 



682,000 
680,000 
a34,000 
795,000 
751,000 
980,000 
195.000 
398.000 
454.000 
636,000 



In trade per capita Canada has also made a very creditable showing since 
1913, as the statistics in the following table giving per capita trade of ten lead- 
ing countries of the world show. In the year 1913 Canada occupied fifth posi- 
tion in import trade per capita; seventh position in export trade per capita; 
and sixth position in total trade per capita; but in 1928 she occupied fifth place 
in import* per capita; second place in exports per capita; and second place in 
total trade per capita. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 
PER CAPITA TRADE OF TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 



19 



TLa 


ink 


Countries 


Years ended December 31 




1913 


1928 






1928 




1913 


Import 
Trade 


Export 
Trade 


Total 
Trade 


Import 
Trade 


Export 
Trade 


Total 
Trade 


3 
6 
7 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


Xew Zealand 

Canada 

Denmark 


$ cts. 

98 89 
87 55 
75 08 

256 35 
97 99 

118 07 
78 30 
09 68 
46 74 
60 11 


S cts. 

97 01 
57 95 
61 55 
201 71 
70 25 
92 55 
74 78 
55 52 
53 61 
41 46 


S cts. 

195 90 
145 50 
136 63 
458 06 
168 24 
210 62 
153 08 
125 20 

100 35 

101 57 


S cts. 

148 07 
124 03 
124 94 
139 98 
132 66 
110 94 
105 58 
114 83 
82 20 
95 51 


$ cts. 

182 57 
139 75 
118 67 
103 59 
103 16 
105 96 
102 87 
77 16 
92 72 
63 93 


1 cts. 

330 64 
263 78 
243 61 


I 


Vpthprlandu 


243 57 


4 


Switzerland 


235 82 


2 


BelKium 


216 90 


5 


Austnilia 


208 45 


8 


United Kingdom 


191 99 


10 
9 


Argentina 

Norway 


174 92 
159 44 



In 1913 Canada occupied tenth position among the ten leading countries of 
the world in trade balance, as indicated in the following table showing trade 
balances of ten leading countries of the world. In 1913 Canada's trade balance 
was unfavourable to the extent of $222,900,000 or $29.61 per capita, but in 
1928 she occupied third position, with a favourable trade balance of $151,- 
800,000. In 1928, as in 1913, the United States occupied first place and British 
India second place in amount of favourable trade balance. Canada occupies 
second place in the world in favourable trade balance per capita, New Zealand 
being in first position. The standing for New Zealand was $34.50; Canada 
$15.72; and Argentina $10.52. 

TRADE BALANCES OF TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 

Norr: — Favourable balance marked (+); Unfavourable balance marked (— ) 





Rank 


1913 


1927 


1928 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


10 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


7 


5 


6 


5 


6 


9 


6 


7 


7 


10 


8 


8 


9 


9 


5 


8 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



Amount 



Per capita 



1927 



Amount 



Per capita 



1928 



Amount Per capita 



Million $ 



S cts. 



Million I 



United States 

British India 

Canada 

Argentina 

New Zealand 

Brazil 

British South Africa